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2019 BMW 7 Series Launched in India, Prices Start at Rs 1.22 Crore

2019 BMW 7 Series Launched in India, Prices Start at Rs 1.22 Crore

Snapshot: The 2019 BMW 7 Series receives a diesel unit and three petrol units, including a plug-in hybrid variant. The 7 Series Facelift price is between Rs 1.22 Crore to Rs 2.42 Crore.

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  • 2019 BMW 7 Series first made its debut internationally in January 2019

  • The BMW 7 Series Facelift price in India is between Rs 1.22 Crore to Rs 2.42 Crore (ex-showroom)

  • It gets three petrol options, including 740Li DPE signature, 745Le xDrive, and M760Li xDrive

  • The sedan gets a 3.0-litre inline-six diesel unit that comes with three trim levels

  • The 2019 BMW 7 Series 745Le xDrive has a claimed fuel efficiency of 39.5kmpl. 

  • The 7 Series Facelift receives latest BMWs iDrive system with laser lights, adaptive suspension and Live Cockpit professional. 

The German luxury car manufacturer, BMW has finally launched its all-new BMW 7 Series in India, priced between Rs 1.23 Crore to Rs 2.43 Crore ( both are ex-showroom prices). The BMW Luxo barge will come in 6 variants and will be available in a long-wheelbase version. 

2019 BMW 7 Series Exterior

Talking of the BMW 7 Series Facelift exterior, it receives a new imposing grille that is 47% bigger than earlier and 12mm larger logo. Besides, the 7 Series gets a new bumper with LED-connected tail lights. The 18-20 inch alloy wheels with optional run-flat tyres make the luxury sedan look more stylish. The top-spec variants get Sky Lounge feature along with 15,000 illuminated graphics which comes embedded in the glass panel. 

 

2019 BMW 7 Series Variants 

Prices (ex-showroom) 

BMW 730Ld Design Pure Excellence

Rs 1,22,40,000

BMW 730Ld Design Pure Excellence Signature

Rs 1,31,50,000

BMW 730Ld M Sport

Rs 1,34,60,000

BMW 740 Li Design Pure Excellence

Rs 1,34,60,000

BMW 745Le xDrive

Rs 1,65,00,000

BMW M760Li xDrive

Rs 2,42,50,000

 

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The 2019 BMW 7 Series interior features a new steering wheel with reworked control layout. The Nappa leather seats, a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system along with BMW iDrive unit and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster are some impressive interior additions in the 7 Series Facelift. A 10.2-inch BlueRay two tiltable units are an excellent addition for the rear occupants. Coming to the safety features of the new BMW 7 Series, it comprises of ABS with EBD, dynamic braking lights, dual front, head and side airbags, traction control, cornering braking control, electric parking brakes, and tyre pressure monitoring system. 

2019 BMW 7 Series Interior

Speaking of the powertrain options, the Indian-spec BMW 7 Series Facelift comes in 730Ld, 740Li, 745Le and M760Li trims. It gets one plug-in hybrid, two petrol and one diesel options. All engine comes paired to eight-speed Steptronic automatic gearbox. The BMW 7 Series 745Le xDrive is the plug-in hybrid model that generates a max power of 384 hp and a combined torque of 600 Nm. This plug-in hybrid variant sprints from 0-100kmph in merely 5.3 seconds and has a top speed of 140kmph. It takes around 8 to 12 hours to fully charge the batteries. 

Talking of the BMW 7 Series 740Li, it comes powered with a 3.0-litre in-line turbocharged six-cylinder engine that generates 250PS power and 450Nm torque. The 740Li diesel variant gets a 3.0-litre turbocharged in-line engine, which produces 265PS power and 620Nm torque. The M760Li XDrive has a 6.6-litre V12 engine that cranks out a max power of 609PS and a peak torque of 850Nm. 

Besides, the 7 Series Facelift receives twin-axle air suspension to give the smoothest ride quality. The luxury sedan will compete with the likes of Audi A8, Mercedes-Benz S-Class and Lexus LS 500h.

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