Published teaser for BMW 7-Series 2020January 15, 2019
Tomorrow there will be an official presentation of the recent flagship of the Bavarian brand BMW 7-Series. On the eve of this event, the press service of the brand has published a teaser for its new product.
BMW has long wanted to present the world with a new generation of BMW 7-Series executive sedans, but she doesn’t want to do this as part of the ongoing Detroit auto show. Like competitors from other German brands Audi and Mercedes-Benz, Bavarians are missing this event this time.
On the eve of the official presentation of the long-awaited news, which is scheduled for January 16, the press service of BMW has released a gloomy teaser image of its 7th series of the 2020 model year.
In truth, the teaser shows nothing new. Thanks to several photos posted on social networks in recent days, we have already seen the appearance of the updated 7-Series sedan from all sides. Giant false grille, made in the spirit of the flagship crossover BMW X7, surrounded by more subtle LED headlights – that’s actually all that we decided to show. Below we publish photos of new items that “leaked” to the network just yesterday.
It is noteworthy that on the official website of the Bavarian brand even earned a new configurator, which was launched earlier than planned. In addition to the teaser image of the car, the press release told about a new showroom created in Munich, Germany. The Milanese architect and designer Patricia Urkiola worked on its creation. A special scene designed for high-end models, such as the 7-Series Sedan, X7 Crossover, 8-Series Coupe, and the M8 Gran Coupe “charged” concept, has a sophisticated floor design covering 323 square meters. 3D printing technology. The floor is made of a composite material consisting of “marble, quartz, granite, glass or other suitable material” chips.
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