2009 BMW 7 Series US online configurator now available

7-series | January 6th, 2009 by 12

The online configurator for the new 2009 BMW 7 Series is available on BMWUSA.COM. If you’re interested to see all the options, pricing or simply …

The online configurator for the new 2009 BMW 7 Series is available on BMWUSA.COM. If you’re interested to see all the options, pricing or simply get a quote, head over to the BMW USA website.

As you might know by now, there are two models available now for the US market, the BMW 750i and 750Li, but at the end of this year, we will see a high-end 7 Series: BMW 760Li, a vehicle powered by a V12 twin-turbo engine.

Along with the online configurator, a new 7 Series multimedia microsite was launched as well, named 7 Series “HD experience.

Thanks for the tips Gil and Miles!

2009 BMW 7 Series US online configurator now available

  • Gragop

    $94,000 later I’d have the F01 7er I want to drive.

  • Doug

    V12 TT??? Good god. Wasn’t the point of turbocharging to be able to chop off some cylinders? I thought they were going to only have up to V8 TT’s, and the V10 for extreme cases.

    Maybe it’s a hybrid?

  • http://www.bmwblog.com Horatiu B.

    @Doug: Not official word, but I heard it from BMW Australia, someone high up.

  • Gil

    Costly lil’ sucker. I’ll wait for a CPO one…. :)

  • Gragop

    @Gil:

    Yeah, wait for the 60% depreciation hit after the first two years like the E65′s did. Big depreciation hits help explain why you see so many of those around – that and leasing.

  • http://www.automoblog.net/ Auomoblog.net

    Completely uninspiring, boring. I never understood how they could sell these for as much as they do when they’re so bland. It looks like it’s beginning to melt in the front.

  • Doug

    What they should do is offer an upgrade 2 years later, including facelifted body and interior parts, engine parts, new wife, etc. Or is the depreciation even an decision factor for the folks buying them?

  • Gragop

    @Doug:

    Probably not, but it’s still a kick in the pants to own a car that depreciates so fast. That’s the problem with most Benz’s. They’ll cost an arm and a leg and depreciate badly. But – if you can drop 90k on a 7 then you’re probably not concerned.

  • miles

    is it me or do the wheel choices suck? the huge snowflake pattern from the first images-where are those?

  • Gil

    snowflake pattern? The one in sports package style 252, perhaps?

  • miles

    @Gil: nope. they look to be 20″. in the original photos that came out there were fairly large wheels on the car. they are not listed anywhere on the bmwusa website now… they were the wheels that were on chris bangle’s personal 7

  • Gil

    oh *that* one….. *shrug* I think I have an image of what you’re talking about. Hrmm…..

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