BMW officially unveils updated sedan 7-Series 2020January 16, 2019
The new version of the Bavarian premium sedan BMW 7-Series boasts a huge radiator grille and a new V8 engine. A hybrid version of the novelty will be available for purchase at the start of sales.
After several “spy” photoshoots, a number of leaks and one teaser presented, we finally got the updated full-size BMW 7-Series sedan. The car has received many changes of various kinds. First of all, the front part of the limousine received a false radiator grille of simply unrealistic dimensions. On the sides are updated laser headlights, which can now shine at 600 m. In standard versions will be offered adaptive LED optics.
The modified design got the hood, and the wings are now a little more muscular. Perhaps the main change can be called the rear of the car – a thin light strip that extends across the entire width connecting the rear lights. The latter also received a new design.
The cabin is worth noting a fully digital dashboard, which is used in the flagship coupe 8-Series and the updated X5 crossover. The Bavarian manufacturer promises new skin options and “improved acoustic comfort.”
While the M760, equipped with a V12 engine, remains the most powerful sedan version (600 hp and 850 Nm), the guys from BMW proudly present the upgraded 4.4-liter V8. Now it produces 523 hp power (750 Nm). It is known that the 750i xDrive will accelerate to 100 km / h in 3.9 seconds.
The novelty will also be offered with a hybrid engine, which consists of an adapted 280 hp 6-cylinder engine. and a 113 hp electric motor. The total power is 389 hp
Sales will start in April of this year, the sedan 2020 model year will be available in five different trim levels. Prices will be announced closer to the start of sales.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that BMW is expanding the list of options for the X1, X2, X5, and 5-Series.
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