BMW accidentally leaked photos of its new 7 Series flagship sedan mid-January, ahead of its full reveal the following week.
According to BMW Blog, the photos were accidentally posted to BMW’s online configurator ahead of schedule.
They show the M760Li, 750Li M Sport and standard 750Li in full view.
In a reserved Alpine White colour, we can see the big 7 has received subtle changes to combat the conservative design of previous model years, with larger side-intakes for the Sport model; and a revised hockey-stick character line.
We can also see the grill is much bigger (how could you miss it?), emulating the style direction of the new X7, which also has massive nostrils to suck in air for the massive engine.
Speaking of engines, the options for powertrains are not expected to change for this mid-cycle refresh, which means the sedan should still be available with that awesome 6.0-litre V12 engine that makes the 7 Series feel so smooth.
Inside, we can expect the facelifted Bimmer will also feature some updated materials as part of BMWs plan to differentiate the 7-Series from the other high-end luxury models in its lineup. A 12.3-inch screen is expected, as is a similar-sized screen on top of the centre console, like in the X7’s design.
Despite the leak, BMW will still go through with the full release online, next week.
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