2016 BMW 7-Series spied devoid of camouflage before 2015 Geneva Motor Show
The spy shots of 2016 BMW 7-Series show the shiny kidney grille flanked by sharper head lamps featuring BMW Laserlight with more aggressive look that current model. Lower portion of front bumper has horizontal slats in polished black, similar to 6-Series facelift.
Rear fascia of next iteration of BMW 7-Series gets more prominent horizontal lines which make the car appear wider than before. Tail lamps are newly designed (looks thin just like the new head lights), and are connected by a chrome strip running across the boot lid. Exhaust ports look larger and reflectors seem longer.
New chrome strip continues along the sides of bumper emerging from reflectors, and they skip the wheel arches to border the lower portion of doors. The Day Light Opening area is also surrounded by thick chrome trims.
Interior of 2016 BMW 7-Series show white and black colour scheme with leather everywhere, except for areas where wooden and silver trims are used.
List of engines that will be driving the 2016 BMW 7-Series is yet to be confirmed, but word around suggests inclusion of a 2.0 litre four cylinder motor churning out 260 PS max power, a six-cylinder mill producing 330 PS, a V8 engine generating 460 PS and a 6.6 litre V12 unit dishing out almost 600 PS. Apart from this, a set of diesel engines and few plug-in hybrid variants can be expected, with power outputs in the tune of 275 PS and 400 PS.
Spy Shots – Autoweek.nl