This year on 25th April, BMW , the leader in car manufacturing is setting a new landmark as it its plans to launch the new version of the 7 - series car in the luxury segment. This car was showcased at an event in Jodhpur at the famous Jodhupur One World Retreat which is a charity event. The gathering was pompous and several eminent personalities joined the event. The event was headed by the Indian Head Injury and the foundation stone was laid by Maharaja Gaj Singh II who belongs to the royal Jodhpur. Apart from this different personality from various departments came to witness the event. Some of the prominent figures were the cricket legend Sachin Tendularkar, The Bollywood diva Dia Mirza and Pawan Munjal, the leading industrialist and Suhel Seth, the eminent specialist. The new 7 series is basically the older version with fine tweaking and has a mid-life changes when compared to the older version.
The new 7- series has new modeling and changes in the exterior and interior of the car. The headlights and refurbished to offer more light as the LED lights are incorporated on to it. There are several changes in the bumper, grille, the mirror and the turn indicators. The rear end of the car witnessed some tweaking making it look more elegant and resolute. The newly styled and arranged bumpers will certainly enthrall everyone. Some of the changes in the interior of the car includes , making it more comfortable and sophisticated. The new plush and leather seats will support your back while you enjoy driving. However , when it comes to looks the new model looks similar to the older one.
There has been no changes in the mechanics of the car. The engine is turbocharger with 3liter capacity and is efficient to produce a power of 258bhp. Moreover six engines are inclined to develop the necessary power. There is pairing between the 8 speed automatic transmission and 7 speed automatic transmission. The new model of BMW, the 7 –series is also available in diesel system. This will certainly generate more revenues as more people are switching to diesel segment vehicles.