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BMW Launches Upgraded 7 Series At ₹1.23 Crore

  • Jul 26, 2019
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German luxury car manufacturer has launched the facelift 7 Series in India at an ex-showroom price between ₹1.23 crore to ₹2.43 crore. The car made its global debut earlier this year. Like its earlier models, the vehicle is available only in a long-wheelbase version.

The upgraded 7 Series, like other BMW sedans, sport a single-piece oversized kidney grille.



The entire front fascia of the car has been functionally and aesthetically upgraded, while the back gets a reworked bumper and updated taillights with a connecting light-strip. The side of the car has more subtle updates with new air curtains behind the front wheel arches. The new 7 Series comes with a standard panoramic glass roof while the top-level trims get a sky lounge with 15,000 embedded illuminated graphics.



The interior of the 7 Series, however, looks largely similar to the existing model. The new steering wheel has a reworked control layout, while the seats are made from Nappa leather and come in various colour options. The car has a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster. The latest BMW iDrive system packs in 32GB onboard storage. The rear passenger seats have two tilt-enabled 10.2-inch BlueRay units.



The standard safety features of the updated BMW 7 Series comprises antilock braking system (ABS) with electronic brake-force distribution (EBD), dual front head and side airbags, dynamic braking lights, traction control, tyre pressure monitoring system, electric parking brakes with auto-hold function, and cornering braking control.



The BMW 7 Series facelift gets two petrol, one diesel, and a plug-in hybrid motor. All engines are paired with a Steptronic 8-speed automatic transmission (AT) system.



The BMW 7 Series upgraded version will renew its competition with the Lexus LS500h, Mercedes-Benz S-Class, and the outgoing Jaguar XJ. It will also rival the next generation Audi A8 which is slated to be introduced in India later this year.


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