BMW 7 Series 2022: spied by our photographers, shows the new light groups


The road tests continue that will lead to the development of the new BMW 7 Series, about to present itself to the public in its new incarnation or, perhaps it is ; more fair to say, in its new generation . Our photographers, always alert, have found the new & quot; berlinona & quot; in the company of its test drivers. German in broad daylight, all still dressed in heavy camouflage. Despite all its camouflage, she lets us glimpse what the new headlights, front and rear will look like, but not only that.

The shape of the LED headlights seems very particular., almost divided into two distinct sections with the shapes that appear less tapered and, instead, with more & ugrave lines; sharp and sharp. However, those who have seen it live solemnly swear that these will have slim and slender forms , resembling the style of the new BMW iX. From what we perceive, the radiator grille could always be of generous size, to develop not vertically but more; horizontally.

The side shows a flank devoid of velleit & agrave; refined aesthetics and frills, if not for a rib that infuses dynamism; to the car body, in the most part; inferior. Tail? It demonstrates good stage presence , with regular shapes and a slim LED headlight cluster that converges towards the rear.

For that & ograve; regarding the interiors, we expect to sit in a & quot; parlor-good & quot ;, the right cockpit for a German flagship, therefore with the presence of many precious materials and a quality & agrave; excellent construction. It will be the on-board technology is also very present with new services for connectivity, safety and driving comfort. The new advanced driver assistance systems , will also debut as well as a software update for the infotainment system.

Expect to see the new BMW 7 Series in the second half & agrave; 2022 on the CLAR We platform. A much more architecture light and compatible with all electrified engines on the market, ergo the range of engines will include & agrave; a selection of petrol and diesel engines with light hybrid technology (MHEV) at 48 volts, as well as; various plug-in hybrid versions (PHEV).

In parallel, there will be; also the 100% electric model driven only by the force of the electron to create the next BMW i7, a fully electric sedan destined to rival the new Mercedes EQS, among others.

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