The movie will feature "breathtaking automotive stunt scenes shot around the globe," BMW said in a statement on Friday.
BMW previously partnered with Paramount on 2011's Mission Impossible -Ghost Protocol.
"We were thrilled to again have the support of BMW during the making of the film," said LeeAnne Stables, president of Worldwide Marketing Partnerships for Paramount Pictures, in a statement. "The vehicles performed magnificently under very difficult circumstances and we know audiences will be amazed by the action driving stunts seen in the film."
Judging by the film's trailer, other BMW models will be featured, including an X3 and M3.
BMW will also launch a series of "Mission to Drive" marketing initiatives here around the film, including TV, radio and digital advertising.
In keeping with other luxury flagships, the top-of-the-line 2016 7 Series represents the pinnacle of the automaker's current capabilities, with novel in-car electronic features, advanced vehicle dynamics technologies and the use of carbon fiber in its construction to reduce weight.
Edmunds says: James Bond drove a BMW 7 Series back in 1997. Now it's Ethan Hunt's turn.