2017 BMW 7 Series is a full-size luxury sedan manufactured by the German automaker BMW since 1977. The new 2017 BMW 7 Series is the successor of the BMW E3 “New Six” sedans and is currently in its sixth generation. Low-resolution images prematurely leaked revealed the all-new 2017 BMW 7-series ahead of its official debut later tonight.
As expected, following large sedan BMW characteristics of an evolutionary design with LED headlights that stretch into the kidney grille, air breakers behind the front wheel arches, sculpted flanks and L-shaped LED taillights, connected by a thin rod of chromium finish. silhouette and dimensions of the sedan’s not changed significantly, and the next 7 is more of a careful evolution of his predecessor as a revolution.
More significant place under the skin changes, where the seven Nearly 300 pounds weighs less than the outgoing model due to make a new modular platform of lightweight materials like carbon fiber and aluminum. Both short- and long-wheelbase models are available, but rumors claiming that they will only sell the BMW long wheelbase model in our country.
2017 BMW 7 Series Interior
Within the seven honors the next generation of BMW’s infotainment system, gesture recognition software features, and it deserves the honor of being the world’s first car with remote parking technology. The sedan comes with a fully configurable digital instrument cluster.
2017 BMW 7 Series Engine
Mechanical next flagship BMW is available with a new straight-six engine that was inaugurated by the 2016 340i. Move it, buyers can choose to search for more heavy V8 engine rated at 460 horsepower Acerca, and the distance topping model 600-horsepower 6.6-liter use V12 designed with input from Rolls-Royce. Rear-wheel drive and an automatic transmission standard food, and offered all-wheel drive at an extra cost.
2017 BMW 7 Series Release Date
Stay tuned, the 2017 BMW 7 series to be online later set tonight and will greet the public for the first time next September at the Frankfurt Motor Show. US deliveries are tentatively scheduled to start early next year.