BMW announces pricing for ActiveHybrid 7

The new 2011 BMW ActiveHybrid 7 made its North American debut at the LA Auto Show giving the American audience the first glimpse of BMW ’s first high-performance hybrid luxury sedan. BMW also announced that the car would come with a price tag of $103,125 for the standard version and $107,025 for the long wheelbase ActiveHybrid 7L version.

Powered by a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine with a hybrid electric motor and an 8-speed automatic transmission, the ActiveHybrid7 also comes with some of the most high-quality materials out in the market today, including Alcantara headliners, a leather dashboard, ventilated active front seats, 19-inch wheels and tires, the Premium Sound System, a Head-up Display and Rear View Camera soft-close doors and Automatic trunkgate closing. That’s a lot of features, don’t you think?

But if those aren’t enough for you – and if it isn’t, then you’ve got some pretty high standards – then BMW also comes with optional packages, among which include a Driver Assistance Package, BMW’s Night Vision and Rear Seat Entertainment Package, and a Camera Package.

For a full list of all the extra add-ons, take a look after the jump.

Source: BMW Blog

2011 BMW ActiveHybrid 7 packages and optional equipment:

* Camera Package $350

*Side view cameras

* Cold Weather Package $800

* Heated steering wheel & rear seats

* Driver Assistance Package $1,350

*Automatic high beams, lane departure warning, active blind spot detection

* Rear Seat Entertainment Package $2,200

* Multimedia player and two 8-inch screens

* Luxury Rear Seating Package (750Li only) $3,700

* Rear ventilated, massaging Comfort Seats

* BMW Night Vision $2,600

* 20-inch wheels $1,300

* Power Rear Sunshades $1,000

* Ceramic controls $650

* 6-disc DVD-changer $600

* iPod/USB-Adapter $400

* Satellite radio $350

* Smartphone integration $150


On the contrary, it’s not a second rated car. As you may know, the engine system of this car was a V8 twinturbo engine and a 8 speed AT. Now, what can you say about that? I think the price for this sedan was very competitive than checking the luxurious cars like Infiniti and Aston Martin.

Well it’s a reasonable price for a luxurious sedan but definitely consider other brands than throwing up hundred thousand bucks just for this second-rated car. I’m not against on this car, you can take a peek on what’s the addons and the car performance as for my basis of declining this car.

Can someone explain what the Camera Package is? And why the hell would I want to get that offer? Relevance please to my driving experience.

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