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Thursday, May 17, 2012

By Manoj Kumawat

New BMW 7 Series more details emerge, launch round the corner

You have the Mercedes Benz M Class just in, you have Mercedes gearing up to produce more and cars in India; all to reclaim its throne. Similarly, the German car maker BMW is doing all it can to retain the title that it has not even started relishing. In an attempt to counter efforts by Mercedes, BMW is soon to give a facelift to the BMW 7 Series saloon that is an arch rival of Mercedes S Class. The Rs 1 crore car BMW 7 Series is currently available in diesel and petrol models.

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Recently, more details regarding the new BMW 7 Series have emerged as it is expected to be launched in the coming months with all new features. Primarily it is the exteriors of the 7 Series that are going to get most of the design changes. There is LED headlight assembly expected on the new 7 Series along with a new infortainment and navigation system inside. On the engine part, there will be hardly any changes except the addition of a new engine to the 730d model that is the most economical and low priced edition among the 7 Series cars. This model is the model that is the best selling BMW 7 Series car in India and it has also helped the car maker run over Mercedes in the ultra luxury car segment.

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BMW 7 Series next generation models are also expected to welcome a new engine that is a three litre six cylinder ultra high powered turbocharged engine. This engine is expected to output a mammoth 381 bhp and around 740 Nm of peak power making the 7 Series no less than any of the super cars. Another important change for the European market will be the introduction of two options - rear wheel driven or all wheel driven. Since the 7 Series is imported as a completely built unit, it price is whooping high and BMW also has no immediate plans to manufacture it in India. While the S Class, which is its competitor and a segment leader, is assembled in India.

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Rajiv

Thursday, May 17, 2012

BMW 7 Series car is Nice...thanks for the review...i saw your car(BMW 7 Series) on the road yesterday, it looks so awesome i love that one digit number plate.

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