The new generation of the BMW 7-Series has recently leaked out ahead of its debut which should take place sometimes this year.
BMW is already testing out the new generation of its flagship model, the 7-Series, and while rendering artists are continuing to imagine what it may look like, the vehicle in question has recently leaked out in several images which are showing its front fascia, rear end and side. The photos in question have been loaded by Autobuzz (FB) and they are revealing the looks of the model as we notice the smaller headlights, the prominent grille, the new lower section on the front bumper which seems inspired by the one of the facelifted 6-Series and so on.
In the rear, we can notice the same evolutionary design with new taillights and some chrome trim between them. Sadly we have no images with the interior design of the flagship model jut yet but we do expect a new touch screen infotainment system, a more minimalistic design and premium finishes for any surface. As far as the engine lineup goes, the new BMW 7-Series is believed to get a 2.0L four-cylinder unit with 260 HP (191 kW), a 6-cylinder 330 HP (243 kW), a V8 with 460 HP (338 kW) and a 6.6L V12 with 600 HP (441 kW). Expect diesel options and plug-in hybrid versions too.