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Monday, May 14, 2012

By Shilpa Chopra

New BMW 7 Series launch in India late this year

Where Mercedes is gearing up for some real action in order to reinstate itself to the numero uno position as premium car maker in India, the current best selling luxury car maker BMW is all set to expand its portfolio. In this attempt, BMW is soon to launch the new BMW 7 Series sedan. The Audi A8 and Mercedes S Class rival car is expected to have the most thorough makeover in order to stand in competition with the rival sedans. The BMW 7 series price currently starts at Rs 84.64 lakh and is expected to be less than this once the new model arrives. The new car by BMW is expected to be launched in US this July while an India launch should be around Diwali this year.

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Though little is known about the changes on the new 7 Series but as per sources information, the new 7 Series will have a new front grille, a new pair of headlights, some newer lines here and there at the front stretching to the sides and rear and indicators on the outside rear view mirrors. In addition to this, the new 7 Series will have a lot of gadgets inside making it all the more functional and pleasing than the outgoing 7 Series. A new multimedia along with added functionalities to the centre console are expected on the new BMW car.

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The new 7 Series sedan by BMW will have an automatic eight speed ZF transmission which is the best in class and is expected to give the power and performance to the car. Notably, the eight speed automatic ZF transmission has been very successful recently in delivering power and mileage and more and more cars are adopting this transmission system. The new 7 Series will be adding a new class to the line up and is expected to give tough time to its Audi and Mercedes rivals.

Comments (2)


Wednesday, May 16, 2012

The length makes me in trouble to drive it in traffic. The fuel efficiency is too low and it's very over maintenance.

Ronak Jain

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Awesome car i love it...

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