Surprise for all BMW fans! The German luxury automotive manufacturer has unwrapped the all-new model of BMW 7 Series and we can’t take our eyes off from this facelifted beauty. This time, the company has taken the 7 Series to another level with an attractive and all-new appearance. The sedan is bigger and spacious compared to the previous-gen variant.
2020 7 Series has got a classy exterior design along with a renovated interior cabin. The automotive maker has focused more on the modification of the cabin to make it more comfortable and superior. The key attraction at the front is the latest kidney grille with a chrome finish which is 40 per cent larger compared to the previous-gen version.
The headlights and slimmer and the bonnet is extended. It also gets a modified moulded hood highlighted with a striking chrome finished front bumper and lower air ducts. Overall, BMW has made the new version more robust with the stronger fender. The rear and side look similar to the existing model, although, the red/black finished taillights are 1.4 inches sleek attached to narrow strip that goes to the width of the deck lid.
Moving inside the cabin, we can notice an extremely classy compartment with new comfortable seats and connectivity features. It gets interesting features including BMW Gesture Control, BMW Laserlight, and Touch Command. The vehicle is integrated with new leather, trim, and wireless charging unit located at the front cup holders. It gets 126.4-inch long wheelbase which offers 44.4 inches passenger leg room and 41.1 inches of front legroom.
BMW 7 Series will be available with new paint finishes and light-alloy wheels. The company offers Nappa leather and company’s Merino full leather trim with extensive quilting, seatbelt outlet covers, and innovative interior trim bands. The Merino full leather trim comes in total six colours and highlights contrast stitching and piping. The interior is also equipped with 10-inch full-HD displays featuring a Blu-ray player.
The petrol variant runs on a 4.4-litre V8 engine which generates 530hp power and 750Nm of torque (750i xDrive/ 750Li xDrive). The M760Li xDrive comes with BMW M fettled 6.6-litre V12 engine producing 585hp and 849Nm torque. The diesel variants are powered by the 3.0-litre in-line six-cylinder engine along with single turbocharger, generating 264hp and 620Nm of torque (730d/ 730Ld/ four-wheel drive 730d xDrive/ 730Ld xDrive). Combined with twin turbochargers, it delivers 320hp and 679Nm of torque (740d xDrive and 740Ld xDrive).
The all-new 7-series will be available in many other engine variants including six-cylinder diesel engine in 750d xDrive and 750Ld xDrive that features a quad-turbocharged unit developing 398hp and 759Nm torque. It also comes in a plug-in hybrid powertrain in the rear-wheel-drive 745e and 745Le and four-wheel-drive 745Le xDrive. This engine is combined with a turbocharged 3.0-litre in-line six-cylinder petrol engine as well as an electric motor developing 393hp and 599Nm of torque, claiming 0-100kph at 5.2sec.
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