LOS ANGELES – BMW of North America LLC says it has no plans to offer all-wheel drive on its current 7-Series flagship sedan. However, the auto maker says the option likely will be available on the next-generation 7-Series, due out in three to four years. BMW will not offer AWD on current 7-Series. “There aren’t plans to bring the current 7 as an all-wheel drive vehicle,” Tom Purves, president and CEO of BMW North America, tells Ward’s. “It wouldn’t make sense at this stage of ...
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