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Expected Price:

 1.25 – 2.50 Cr

Expected Launch Date:  Sep 2019 - Dec 2019

 

BMW 7-Series Facelift Preview

The 2019 BMW 7-series comes with most evident style changes in the front section. The most prominent amongst them is the new chromed kidney grille. It stretches all over the latest contoured bonnet and the front bumper, which hosts the new chrome highlights.
BMW has made a mindblowing effort in the refinement of this car by making the side glass 5.1mm thicker and new front wings for improvised airflow. Also, the brand has made changes to the noise-killing material used in the arches of the rear wheel. The rear section of the car gets a heavy structured OLED tail-lights along with graphics on the new lens. It is linked via a full-width LED light band which illuminates in compilation with DRL’s. Also, the 7 Series gets a much wider chromed tailpipe trims coordinated with the bumper. When it comes to the interiors, the refreshed sedan features many subtle upgradations like improvisations to the materials used and latest connectivity features. An upgraded park assist function is now also sporting a reverse assist which is capable enough to back up the car by 50m distance on the course it is driven. The 2019 BMW 7-Series petrol engine hosts a 4.4-litre V8 motor which generates a max power of 530bhp and a peak torque of 750Nm which is present in the 750i xDrive and 750Li xDrive. Higher variants like the M760Li xDrive is empowered by a BMW M fettled 6.6-litre V12 engine which capable to generate 585bhp of max power and max torque of 849Nm. Now, this specification is quite sufficient to render the model cruise from a standstill to 100kph within 4.1sec with a top speed limit up to 249kmph. All 3 diesel variants of BMW 7 series utilises the same 3.0L in-line six-cylinder engine, but with vivid states of tuning and configurations. With a solo turbocharger, the engine produces 264bhp of peak power and 620Nm of max torque in the 730d and 730Ld, 730d xDrive and 730Ld xDrive. Having twin turbochargers, the power output jumps to 320bhp and 679Nm of peak torque in the 740d xDrive and 740Ld xDrive. The most powerful out of all the variants is the 750d xDrive and the 750Ld xDrive. Both of them use a quad-turbocharged six-cylinder engine generating a peak power of 398bhp and 759Nm of peak torque. The updated plug-in hybrid drivetrain is also offered in variants like 745e and 745Le and 745Le xDrive. All these variant come mated to a turbocharged 3.0-litre in-line six-cylinder petrol engine along with an electric motor which generates a max power of 393bhp and 599Nm of peak torque. The trim is capable of cruising from 0-100kmph within 5.2sec. The 2019 BMW 7 Series safety hosts an adaptive suspension which comes as standard and features electronic controlled dampers and air springs active on every wheel. The ever gorgeous 7 series will compete against the likes of 2019 Audi A8 and Mercedez Benz S-Class.

*All information provided for this model is for reference only. Actual specifications may vary at the time of the car launch

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