First seen on spy shots and now in all its glory, the updated 2020 BMW 7 Series has been officially presented to further go on sale in April.
This year BMW doesn’t please fans with debuts at the Detroit Auto Show, but has started the year with the reveal of the BMW 7 Series sedan in its new iteration, which will be available in showrooms in mid- spring 2019.
The main changes affect the front end of the model. The car got a larger X7-styled grille, new LED headlights and revised tail lights, as well as a different design of bumpers exhaust tips. In profile we can see a slightly modified hood and another shape of front wings.
uuThe flagship sedan’s interior trim is traditionally upscale. The cabin is made in style of the new 3 Series, X5 and X7. It is first of all about a fully digital dashboard and a new multimedia system with a screen placed on the front panel. Customers will have a choice of seat configurations.
The car equipment includes Extended Traffic Jam Assistant (a kind of semi-autopilot), Back-Up Assistant, Active Comfort Drive the Road Preview function among a number of other modern useful options.
Initially the BMW 7 Series will be available with several engine choices, including a 394-hp gasoline hybrid 745e, a gasoline 335-hp 740i with RWD. All other versions are all-wheel-drive.
It will be possible to purchase the 750i with a 530-hp turbocharged V8, as well as the M760i with a 600-hp 6.6-liter V12. All motors work in combination with an 8-speed automatic transmission only.
BMW will announce the prices later on closer to the start of sales.