The new generation of the BMW 7-Series has been recently spied on a public road while it was being tested out.
Two years after introducing an updated version of its flagship sedan, the German based automaker BMW is currently working on a new generation of the 7-Series. The model in question is in development and it seems that work on it is far more advanced than originally believed. The flagship sedan is already being tested out as the company has created the first test mules. The vehicle can be seen, in the video posted below, on a public road, wrapped in black and white camouflage, along with an M5 Touring.
The 2015 BMW 7-Series will have a tough job of competing with the new generation of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class but considering the fact that the new 3-Series is far more appreciated than the new C-Class and talking about the i3 and i8, which don’t have a direct rival for the moment, chances are this will become the vehicle of choice for business men from all over the world. The next generation of the BMW 7-Series will probably be unveiled by the end of the year, possibly in Paris, but it can also be seen for the first time in 2015.
The newest supercar incident is coming all the way from Portugal’s capital and it is involving a Ferrari F355 Berlinetta.
Usually supercar crashes these days involve models such as the Ferrari 458 Italia, but every once in a while, an older model from the Maranello based automaker is going to ...