Finally, when the new 730LD M Sport launched in India, I was one of the fortunate ones to put my hands on the steering (as my dad purchased it). Like its petrol counterpart, the new diesel version is also a technological marvel. Not only it comes at a reasonable price tag being a locally assembled product, but is also well armed to match the likes of S-Class and A8. As far as looks are concerned, it remains the same as the elder sibling 750Li with extremely long profile and aggressive stance. The only modification is the 19-inch alloy wheels rather the 20-inch. Step inside and you will find nothing that German automaker ditched. The car features excellent cabin quality with bits of metal, aluminum, wood and leather spread across. The rear part of the car does misses on tray tables and also the cooling/heating functionality in the seats. But the seats are unbelievably comfortable and can be adjusted in multiple ways. The Samsung tablet which acts as a remote and iDrive infotainment is better and adds more practicality and comfort. The oomph of exteriors and interiors are further accentuated with the powerful 3.0L 265 hp engine which takes only 6 seconds to reach the 100kmph mark, seriously quick. Though my father loves to be chauffeur driven, when I happen to get on the driver seat, the car offers a lot of fun.
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