- Revised 7 Series goes on sale in the Spring.
- Updated looks and some new technology.
- Revealed at the Geneva Motor Show.
Coming soon: 2019 BMW 7 Series
BMW has given its luxury saloon a big new face and a plug-in hybrid engine.
Revealed for the first time in the metal at the Geneva Motor Show, the facelifted 7 Series’ most obvious new feature is a huge grille at the front. It’s part of an overhaul to the looks that BMW says “clearly accentuates the car’s assured presence and cultured elegance”. Inside, a few bits have been repositioned and the infotainment system is BMW’s latest.
Engine-wise, customers can choose from a V12, eight-cylinder petrol of three six-cylinder diesels, and a plug-in hybrid model called the 745e. This will come in standard or extended wheelbase, the latter of which is available with all-wheel drive. The plug-in hybrids will have an electric-only range of up to 36 miles.
The revised 7 Series goes on sale from the Spring, with prices starting at £76,815.
Check out the full coverage of the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.