BMW's new 2017 M760i xDrive becomes the range-topping vehicle in the 7 Series lineup with big power, better handling capabilities and slightly more aggressive looks.

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For power, the M760i xDrive employs a 6.6-liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine making 610 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque.

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Connected to the V12 is an eight-speed automatic transmission routing power to all four wheels. BMW says the drivetrain can get the M760i xDrive to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds.

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To improve handling, active roll stabilization and rear-wheel steering are both standard.

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For more stopping muscle, the M760i xDrive features 19-inch M Sport brakes with blue metallic brake calipers.

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Specific design changes to the outside include larger front air intakes, 20-inch double-spoke alloy wheels, V12 badges and cerium grey trim.

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The interior is dressed with an M leather steering wheel, illuminated door sill plates, M pedals, M driver's footrest, a special speedometer and Nappa leather.

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The top speed of the M760i is governed to 155 mph.

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As expected, a variety of safety tech is available on the M760i including lane keeping assist, rear collision prevention and active cruise control with stop and go.

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The M760i xDrive carries a base price of $153,800.

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