If you're searching for something distinguish– particularly on the performance front – the giant BMW stands apart with an unparalleled choice of model/powertrain alternatives, such as turbocharged six-, eight-and 12-cylinder motors, in addition to the masterpiece Alpina B7 and reconsidered 745e plug-in hybrid model. Regardless of your choice, it's difficult to go wrong.

What's going on for 2020?

The grille is 40 percent greater than the previous. The headlights have been updated with a slimmer profile, and BMW's Laserlights are currently available as a choice over the standard LEDs. The hood has been overhauled with further aggressive lines, the front bumper currently has "air diverters" on-air intakes to cool the brakes, and the side "Air Breathers" have greater air outlets. Around back, the tailpipes are more extensive, the taillights are slimmer, and there's currently a light bar that stretches over the tail.

Significantly, there are additional changes to the powertrain lineup. The 750i gets an upgraded V8 good for an additional 80 horsepower and 74 pound-feet of torque. The plug-in hybrid's new name is 745e xDrive and highlights an inline-six motor instead of the old inline-four. There's additionally a more power-dense lithium-ion battery. Altogether, the system produces 67 more pull and 73 more pound-feet than the old 740e.

Inside, there are more acoustic materials, and the all-digital instrument panel is new.

What's the 7 Series inside and in-car innovation like?

The current-generation 7 Series helped introduce a further lavish era for BMW interiors, with glitzier materials and additional visually intriguing designs that move further away from the brand's notable austere standard. As far as quality, there are absolutely no bad things to say, and there are abundant alternatives available to spruce things up like quite leather seats, an Alcantara headliner and expanded wood trim.

The 2020 7 Series is packed with innovation, which is quickly clear when you plunk down in the driver's seat to welcome the new all-digital instrument panel and the carryover 10.25-inch iDrive infotainment display. The next is a touchscreen, but on the other hand, there's an excessive control knob and natural voice recognition controls that we found work quite well. Using natural speech, it effectively found a hotel by name on the first try. Less effective is the system's interaction with Apple CarPlay, which is just included as a component of a one-year trial subscription. It's standard for optional a one-time charge in the cars of different brands.

The back seat can get its tech, too. With an optional pair of huge entertainment screens that accompany BMW-branded headphones. Together with them is a tablet integrated into the middle seat armrest that enables passengers to control different vehicle features.

What highlights are available and what's the 7 Series cost?

There are five 2020 BMW 7 Series models, all of which compare to an alternate powertrain. You can only have the 740i with back or all-wheel drive. The others are AWD as it were.

Highlight content for each is extraordinary, and before you can find a full breakdown of highlights in the future, here's an estimating price for every of the 2020 BMW 7 Series:

740i: $87,445

740i xDrive: $90,445

750i xDrive: $103,645

745e: $96,545

M760i: $158,695

Alpina B7: $143,795