2020 BMW 7 Series LWB Leaks Mere Hours Prior to Official Debut
Yet another round of shots of the four-door limo ahead of scheduleby Jonathan Lopez, on
We’ve seen so many leaks on the refreshed 2020 BMW 7 Series that at this point we’re starting to think it’s some kinda joke. Regardless, we have yet another set of shots to give ya before BMW makes it official at a standalone debut event in Germany.
Here It Is, Unobscured And In Its Full Glory
It appears as though what we have here are some leaked official images of the new 7 Series, specifically the 750Li trim level, a long-wheelbase model packed to the gills with luxury bits.
This is really the first chance we’ve had to see the 2020 7 Series in its full glory, including both a front three quarters and a rear three quarters shot, both of which are high-def and completely unobstructed.
As expected, the Bimmer’s fascia looks similar to the Vision Future Luxury Concept that dropped a years back, not to mention the production X7 SUV.
Details include a larger kidney grille intake, slim headlight housings, and oodles of chrome trim. In the corners, the 7 Series comes with plus-sized multi-spoke alloy wheels, while the vent located behind the front wheel looks bigger than before, leading to the rear end with a pronounced lower character line.
Moving around to the tail, we find the 7 Series offers a reshaped lower fascia element, complete with loads of horizontal styling elements.
Integrated exhaust tips with a trapezoidal shape remain, while extra chrome outlines keep it appropriately blinged out.
We also spy a reshaped taillight design, with slimmer and longer taillight housings that stretch across the entirety of the deck lid.
What’s more, this latest spread of leaked images provide a look at the 2020 7 Series’ interior.
From first impressions, it looks as though the overarching layout is more or less the same as the current model, with the high-end upholstery, metal surrounds, and wood trim all looking quite familiar.
The dash-mounted infotainment screen might be a little different in its overall shape, but that’s about it.
That said, one big difference we can find is just behind the steering wheel, where the new model looks like it’s rocking a fully digital gauge cluster.
As for the engine package, we expect the LWB 7 Series to come with a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V-8, while lower in the range, buyers will have the option for a number of turbo six-cylinders. Sitting at the top of the range will be a 6.6-liter V-12, while a more eco-conscious hybrid will round it out.
Look for all the official specs to drop tomorrow as BMW pulls the sheets in Germany.
Read our full review on the 2020 BMW 7 Series.
Read our full review on the 2018 BMW 7 Series.
Read our full review on the 2014 BMW Vision Future Luxury.