After the 2016 BMW 7-Series was caught on a first video while driving on the German Autobahn just the other day, another footage has caught the same model on the tracks at Nurburgring performing some tests.
The new video with the upcoming 7-Series is showing the car in some camouflage undergoing some tests before being launched on the market at the beginning of 2015.
As already posted, the future BMW 7-Series will come with a modern design, meaning that the car will bear a new design.
We are talking about some changes at the body, as the model will receive some carbon fiber and also aluminum materials which will make the car more lightweight.
Due to this process of losing weight, the 7-Series will be able to sport bigger engines, like the 4.0-liter twin turbo V8 engine, being put on the M770i xDrive, developing a great output of 475 horsepower and massive 650 Nm –f torque.
More than that, the BMW German based automaker is also considering launching a 7-Series plug-in hybrid, but so far, the details are rather limited.