The tug of war between flagship sedans of upmarket German carmakers is about to get worst. Earlier, a lot of shuffling was seen at the customer base when Mercedes-Benz brought the new S-Class. Now, it’s time for the BMW to create a stir before rolling down its new 7-Series in actual.
Teased in a video, the new flagship sedan of BMW is revealed to slight details, like laser headlamps, front fender vents and chrome strip integrated tail lamps, while the rest is remained to cut the ribbon on June 10, 2015, on official day. Further, more of technical details, the maker had also revealed use of Carbon Core tech which will reduce its weight by 130 kg due to the extensive use of carbon fiber reinforced plastic.
However, apart from the cosmetic and visual updates, engine bay will receive the latest TwinPower Turbo engines, and a standard dual-axle air suspension (automatic self-leveling) will follow the list. Remote parking system and iDrive Touch Display infotainment including gesture control are some added lingos its buyers will come well-versed with very soon.