After being caught on shot at the beginning of January in London, the 2016 BMW 7-Series is now popping up on the web again in a new rendering released by the guys over Worldcarfans, showcasing a closer look at the gorgeous model.
But apart its stylish look, the upcoming BMW 7-Series is promising to change the entire concept concerning technology and high-tech features in the cabin, while the design language does not incite the customer`s eyes as expected. Nevertheless, the 2016 BMW 7-Series is good to go and we might expect it on the market somewhere at the beginning of fall.
But what innovation does the new 7-Series bring fresh? Well the model will be fully tweaked with a lot of technology inside, from the updated iDrvive and plenty of assistance gizmos, to the wireless smartphone charging technology, the satellite-navigation coming with voice and gesture commands, self-parking, laser lights, the B&W Audio System and much more.
Moving on to the exterior, the 2016 BMW 7-Series abounds with elongated body lines, headlights which are no much sleeker, the L-shaped chrome bar reaching the rear wheels, or the kidney grille which edge is now more prominent. Overall, we might be looking at a more aggressive body style, with imposing design cues.
But the 2016 BMW 7-Series is not just about a handful of technology being fitted inside, as under the hood, the model also intends to deliver an updated engine lineup. From what we know, the 7-Series flagship will be equipped with four gasoline units, a diesel as well as two hybrids, which would deliver a lot of power and reduced fuel consumption. Unfortunately, there are no news concerning the performance figures, but stay tuned, as more unexpected info might emerge over night!