The upcoming 2019 BMW 7 Series Facelift seems to have been leaked on Instagram. According to the Russian poster @fdnidin, this is the front-end of the Life Cycle Impulse 7 Series which will be introduced in the next few weeks. We’ve known for months that BMW was holding VIP closed-room previews of the 7 Series, so the leak seems to be accurate.
As we mentioned before, the 7 Series will take lots of its design cues from the X7 and from the Vision Future Luxury Concept previewed in 2014. The front-end gets slimmer headlights that continue to integrate with the kidney grille which now takes a larger size, with massive chrome around it.
The lower part of the front-fascia has also been redesigned, with both a more dynamic and luxurious look, emphasized by the abundance of chrome inserts. We don’t have a view of the side and rear-end, but based on previous spy photos, we know that the Air Breather is now sitting vertically behind the front wheel and is no longer positioned at an oblique angle.
Vision Future Luxury Concept
In the back, we will also see a new shape and design of the taillights which will be significantly different from the current 7 Series.
Some decent updates are expected in the cabin as well, with the latest tech and infotainment system being included in the high-end limousine.
First reviews of the 7 Series LCI are expected in March-April, so the Internet debut will likely take place in February.
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