The 2016 BMW 7-Series is here and will be launched at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, with the model to hit showrooms worldwide, starting next June.
But what is interesting about the 7-Series in the G11 version, is the engine lineup that it will come with, which is quite impressive in terms of performance and fuel consumption.
According to the guys from Motor.es, the 2016 BMW 7-Series will first come with four petrol engines, all equipped with three cylinder configurations, like the four, the 6 as well as the V8. The 730i version will be equipped with the 2.0-liter four-cylinder unit, developing 260 horsepower.
The next in kin, the 740i version, will slot 33 horsepower from the 3.0-liter six-cylinder, while the V8 Twin Turbo will be fitted on the 750i and 750Li, developing 460 horsepower.
Moving on to the diesel burners, the BMW 7-Series will be offered in the 752d, the 730d, 740d, and the 750d, with power between 258 horsepower and 382 horsepower, while the plug-in hybrids will consist of two versions, meaning the 730e and the 740e, both models rumored to come with a fuel consumption of just 2L / 100km.