The variants of the range are:. The E65 was the first BMW vehicle to include the iDrive infotainment system, the new brand design language, active anti-roll bars, a 6-speed automatic transmission, an electronic smart Key dispensing with the traditional metallic key , and night vision. The i model also utilised the world's first production V12 engine to use direct injection. In late , the E65 7 Series was replaced by the 7 Series F After a competition between 20 designers, Adrian van Hooydonk 's design was approved in the spring of BMW's board of directors were keen to move the company's image into the future, and the initial styling sketches from by Adrian van Hooydonk were of a fastback body style - even more radical than the eventual production model.
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Automobile BMW Datasheet 9 pages. Page 2 Online Edition for Part No. We wish you an enjoyable driving experience. Page 4: Table Of Contents Printed in Germany Printed on environmentally friendly paper — bleached without chlorine, suitable for recycling. Page 12 Online Edition for Part No. Page At A Glance The section will also assist you in becoming acquainted with the control concepts and options available for operating the various systems. Page 15 16 Horn: the entire surface Steering wheel heater Steering wheel adjustment Unlocking luggage compartment Programmable cruise control 20 Fog lamps Front fog lamps 21 Opening the hood Online Edition for Part No.
Page 17 Dynamic Brake Control for Canadian models. Page Control Center You can find detailed instructions describing how to use the individual sys- tems in the separate sections. Page Symbols And Lists The first setting option for time is activated. Page 23 To change the language of the dis- play texts, refer to page To select settings for vehicle func- tions To set the brightness of the screen, refer to page Online Edition for Part No.
Page Assistance Window Help texts in assistance window You can call up and also cancel displays containing help texts and supplementary Online Edition for Part No. Page 27 Con- trol Display. Page 29 You can adjust the volume for the instruc- tions from the voice command system: Online Edition for Part No. Page Notices You can store approx.
Page 32 To select from the telephone book To make a new entry in the telephone book To have the entries of the telephone book read out Online Edition for Part No. Page 33 Online Edition for Part No. Page 34 Online Edition for Part No. Page 35 Its extensive array of features and accessories, both for driving and for your own safety, comfort and convenience, are described here. Page Opening And Closing Using the spare key adapter. Page 38 Opening the luggage compartment Maintain pressure on button 3 approx.
Page 41 Refer to section on Opening separately. Operate the vehicle only when the luggage compartment lid is completely closed. Page Alarm System Pressing the Panic mode button for a longer period triggers the alarm, refer to page Page 46 Online Edition for Part No. Page Sit Safely Avoid twisting the belt while routing it firmly across the hips and shoulder. Wear it as Online Edition for Part No. Do not allow the belt to rest against hard or fragile objects. Page 48 Page Head Restraints Press the button to activate this function, see arrow.
Page 50 To adjust head restraint tilt angle: adjust by tilting the head restraint. Page 51 Online Edition for Part No. Page Safety Belts Fastening Make sure you hear the latch plate engage in the belt buckle.
Page Active Seat To activate: press the button, the indicator lamp comes on. Page Airbags Head airbags in front and rear Side airbags in front and rear Knee airbags for driver and front pas- senger Online Edition for Part No.
Page 58 BMW center. Never modify or tamper with either the Online Edition for Part No. This category includes the Always read and follow the instructions that come with the system. Page 60 This Online Edition for Part No. Incorrect or unsupervised It is to remind you at appropriate places of the settings Online Edition for Part No. These positions can be looked up in the index under the respective keyword.
It is not necessary to depress the brake Online Edition for Part No. Page 65 With the ignition off, the indicator lamp goes out after a brief period. Page 66 Page 67 Check Control.
Please note any supple- mentary information that appears in the Control Display. Page 68 Online Edition for Part No. To select transmission ranges D, R or N, always start by pulling toward the steering wheel, arrow 1, then press up or down. Page 70 All forward gears are available. Under normal operating conditions, fuel consumption is lowest when driving in position D.
Page 72 Online Edition for Part No. If the brakes are not applied, the vehicle could start to roll if parked on a steep slope. Page Wiper System If you do so, your vision could be obscured.
To avoid freezing, use a Online Edition for Part No. Avoid activating the washer when the Page Washer Fluid We recommend that you mix the washer fluid before adding it to the reservoir. Always keep it well away from sparks Page 76 Briefly press button 4: The vehicle accelerates to and maintains the last speed stored. Press 1 or pull 2 the lever beyond the detent: the selectable speed level is dis- played with 5.
Page 78 Things to know about active cruise control section in this manual beginning on page Lights up Page 79 Online Edition for Part No. Also observe the additional information provided in the Computer, refer to page Page Service Interval Display Control Display screen contents You can view additional information on ser- vice and maintenance procedures by selecting the "Car data" menu. The first part of the date entry is activated — here month. Page Check Control 20 seconds.
Page Computer 8 seconds, refer to page The stored status reports appear again in the display. Page 90 Periods with the vehicle parked and the engine off are not included in the calcula- tions of average speed.
Page 91 Press the controller to confirm your entry. The stopwatch Page Changing Settings Select the menu entry that you wish to adjust. Press repeatedly to view a listing of your selection options. Page 94 You can set the brightness of the screen. Select and confirm. Select "Brightness" and confirm your selection. Press and turn the controller to make the adjustment. Please note the supplementary information provided in the Control Display. Warning lamp on Canadian models. Page Dynamic Drive The suspension will be noticeably softer and the vehicle will display a greater ten- Online Edition for Part No.
The initial- ization menu appears. The Flat Tire Monitor starts an automatic 'learning' process as the car is driven, and memorizes these ref- erence pressures. Page Online Edition for Part No. Page Instrument Lighting With the ignition off, press the lever in the desired direction 3, past the pressure point. Page Class 1 light-emitting diodes. Do not remove the covers, and never stare into the unfiltered light several hours, as irritation of the iris could result. Page The following section contains more detailed information on the available set- ting options.
Page Select the second page of the "Cli- mate" menu. For additional information on rear ventila- tion options, refer to page
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