Confident, sophisticated and elegant—that’s how the new and improved BMW 7 series can be described in a nutshell.
The German marque’s luxury sedan has been given a comprehensive upgrade to both its exterior and interior in addition to an enhanced ergonomic set-up and a new operating system that transforms it into the epitome of comfort and style on the move.
In Singapore, the new BMW 7 Series is offered in the long-wheelbase body variant that promises its occupants the utmost luxury and space all while keeping to the original height and width.
From the new BMW Operating System 7.0 to the stately larger kidney grille, here's what you expect from the redesigned BMW 7 Series.
1. An aggressive but elegant exterior revamp
The redesign aims to highlight and accentuate the German automaker’s most luxurious model by improving all aspects of the car—including the front apron, bonnet, headlights, front side panels, rear bumper trim and rear lights.
The first thing you will notice is the taller front of the car which rises around 50 mm taller at the foremost part. The stately front is complemented with the all-new BMW kidney grille which has grown by 40 per cent and features high-gloss chrome bars. Active air flaps control the vanes of the grille when the need for cooling air is increased.
The lower section of the front apron now features outer air intakes that are overlaid with large air deflectors. The newly designed chrome strips give the sedan an elegant visual impact.
L-shaped trim strips then border the air curtains on their outer edges. Another pearl-effect chrome trim strip then runs along the lower edge of the central air intake and forms the top line of the side plates.
Finally, the rear is also fitted with sophisticated three-dimensional LED rear lights that are around 35 mm slimmer with tailpipes that are edged in wide chrome surrounds.