In the recent set of spy images, BMW's flagship sedan has been spotted undisguised, revealing its new, mean face. Major changes aren't expected, although a digital instrument display is likely and should significantly enhance the user experience while also helping the 7 Series keep up with technology offered by rivals such as Audi. The blue highlights suggest that the headlamps will continue to get BMW's Laserlight system. Customers there typically prefer more aggressive vehicle design, so this new look is possibly also evidence of a design shift to cater to tastes in the world's biggest new auto market.More news: Karl-Anthony Towns Shocked By Tom Thibodeau Firing
It looks like someone working at BMW is about to get into trouble as official images of the 2020 7 Series LCI have emerged onto the web. The vehicle in the image seems to be the M760Li variant since it gets an M Sport steering wheel and a V12 badge on the central floor console.More news: Jerry Jones buys quarter-billion dollar yacht with helipads, plural
Under the hood, the updated 7 is likely to carry forward with its current range of engines. The signature kidney grille has also been updated to the brand's new standards and looks bolder than before. Specifications of the petrol and the diesel trims are also under a wrap, but the present plug-in hybrid variant will make way for a new version that will be called '745e iPerformance'. Both engines are mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission.More news: Chandler Parsons 'disappointed' to leave Grizzlies, 'ready to play'
We expect to see the BMW 7-Series facelift officially unveiled over the next two months with a motor show debut possible for the Geneva Motor Show 2019. Currently, BMW offers the 740Le in global markets only.