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2020 BMW 750Li xDrive

Back in its 20s, the BMW 7 Series knew exactly what it was. Sleek, powerful, athletic, the 7 Series was confident. It was the Ultimate Driving Machine for the masters of the universe. Now in its mid-40s, the 7 Series has lost confidence in itself, in its purpose.

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