Changes In the new face-lifted BMW 7 Series are so subtle you do really need someone to explain them in details to you. With that in mind, BMW released some videos in which the designers and people responsible for the new car talk you through what’s new and interesting in it. In brief, the new 7er comes with new headlamps, and revised front bumper, a new digital instrument cluster with 3D graphics, and a new rear-seat entertainment package.
Another highlight of the new model is the introduction of the 750 xDrive version, powered by a TwinPower diesel. This enviable engine technology enables the six-cylinder in-line powerplant to produce maximum output of 280 kW/381 hp and impressive peak torque of 740 Newton metres (546 lb-ft) from as low down as 2,000 rpm, endowing the BMW 750d xDrive with extraordinary thrust. Indeed, the Sedan races from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in only 4.9 seconds.