Friday, 26 July 2019

BMW 7 Series Facelift: Everything You Need To Know

The BMW 7 Series Facelift 2019 offers numerous options in terms of engines, colors and interior design. There is also much to know about BMW's flagship sedan. Here you will find everything you need to know about the BMW 7 Series facelift

BMW has launched the 7-facelift. The company's flagship sedan is now available with more options and of course many more features are available. The 7-facelift is
about keeping BMW relevant in a segment dominated by the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. The BMW 7 Series receives a comprehensive facelift, from outside to inside,
to the offered engines. This time, the 7 Series facelift also has plenty of options in terms of engines, colors and interior design, and there is much to know about the BMW flagship sedan.

The 7 Series facelift is based on the CLAR platform and offers more agility and stability.
The bonnet has been completely redesigned to give the car an upright, higher, straight and vertical look. The bumper and fenders also show a more upright proportion. The BMW logo had to be enlarged according to the changes. So it has a 12 mm larger diameter - and is the largest BMW logo of all production models. The grille is 47 percent larger than the grille of the predecessor and the largest grille on all BMW models.


The super-slim headlight design gives the luxury class BMW models a new character. Adaptive LED headlights with BMW Laserlight technology contribute to the premium look. By reducing the lines, the body appears more powerful, more refined and lush, without losing its sportiness.
There are three diesel and three petrol variants and for the first time the 7 Series gets a plug-in hybrid model. There are three equipment packages DPE, DPE Signature and M Sport.
The new BMW 7 Series is available in the variants BMW 730Ld (diesel) and BMW 740Li (petrol). The BMW M760Li xDrive (petrol) and the BMW 745Le xDrive (plug-in hybrid) are available as fully assembled units (CBU).


The 7 Series is equipped as standard with multi-zone air conditioning, leather upholstery, electric seats with cold and warm massage function as well as a digital instrument cluster.
The 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder diesel engine with two turbines makes 260 hp and a maximum torque of 620 Nm in the 7 Series.
Surprisingly, the 7 Series also features a plug-in hybrid variant that develops a combined power of 380 hp and 600 Nm and has fuel efficiency values of 39.2 km / h.
The offered gasoline engine is the 3-liter inline six-cylinder with 322 hp and 450 Newton meters and an eight-speed automatic on the rear wheels.
As a diesel engine, a 3-liter inline six-cylinder is offered, which makes 262 hp, and the rear wheels are equipped with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The world-class M760Li has a 6.6-liter V12 with 600 hp and standard four-wheel drive.
BMW has been known for it's standard over the years.

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