German carmaker at this year’s International Motor Show in Beijing unveiled Vision Luxury Future concept which will be based the new 2016 BMW 7-Series. Based on the concept of Gran Lusso 2013, Future Vision Luxury originally planned as a new car as above 7-Series, but the German giant has recently confirmed that there are currently no plans to produce larger cars.
2016 BMW 7-Series exterior design
Last year’s Gran Lusso concept was done by Pininfarina and incorporated many of the classic lines of the car, but it was only available as a coupe, but 2016 BMW 7-Series brings four-door. There is a distinctive BMW grille, which is the trademark of the German car manufacturer. Last part traces the evolution of the current model company from Munich, but in a significantly greater sporting spirit.
2016 BMW 7-Series interior
Interior of 2016 BMW 7-Series brings several new lines that would soon be able to see on other models of the company. As you would expect from the German giants, the interior is very comfortable and provides a wide range of different materials, such as leather, aluminum and wood. The 2016 BMW 7-Series should be the first BMW whose entire interior will be done with all the controls on the touch screen, but until then should debut next generation Idriver system.
2016 BMW 7-Series engine
On the mechanical side, it is still unknown what the engine is designed for the 2016 BMW 7-Series, but again expected to drive the rear wheels, as well as several petrol and diesel engines. To say that the 7-Series is currently available with three petrol engines (3.0L I6 with 254 hp and 316 hp, 4.4L V8 with 443 hp and the 6.0L V12 with 537 hp) and one diesel (3.0L I6 with 254 hp, 309 hp and 376 hp) with a choice of automatic transmission of eight speeds. As in the past, the range can again expect the hybrid and the aforementioned I6 engine with 349 hp while the ALPINA should continue with the production of its sports version.
2016 BMW 7-Series release date
Serial BMW 7-Series next generation could make his debut for the Auto Show in Detroit in January, while the European premiere expected at the Geneva Motor Show three months later.