Monday, 20 May 2013 17:55

BMW 7 Series Gets a Facelift: LCI Edition Expected to Roll Out by April End

The all new face-lifted edition of BMW 7 Series LCI will feature LED headlamps, revised Corona rings along with redesigned kidney grille. The all new 7 Series LCI also features a revised set of engines like that of 730d and the 740d that are not available in India yet. The petrol variant of 740Li now features a revised 4.0L engine with a twin-scroll turbocharger. The 750Li on the other hand exhibits a refreshed V8 engine whereas the 760Li remains untouched.  Another noteworthy

feature that has been added to the line up is the 750d xDrive. It features a tri-turbo inline 6-cylinder diesel engine from the M550d variant. It also averages 381 PS of peak power and 740 Nm of peak torque when mated to an all wheel drive system. Once the all new face-lifted version of 7 Series LCI is launched in India, it will be immediately in direct competition with Audi A8 Quattro range. As far as the interior of the 7 Series LCI is concerned, it features new hardware for the iDrive system along with redesigned leather seats. The cabin also features an audio system of 1200-watt designed by Bang and Olufsen. The front bumper also receives a designer touch whereas the luxury car will also exhibit ORVM with integrated indicator. The side profile of BMW 7 Series LCI now includes mirror mounted turning blinkers.

The tailgate also has undergone fine design changes. 7 Series LCI now displays darker shade of red for taillights and a chrome strip that connects the bumper-mounted reflectors. This incoming model sits 8 mm lower than the outgoing one because of its new suspension setup. All these features were revealed worldwide in most of the auto markets. Other than these remarkable features, 7 Series LCI also displays an individual 9.2 inch screen for rear passengers. The remodeled 7 Series LCI also displays an all new instrumental console that features a colossal TFT screen in spite of usual dials.

This instrumental console changes colors and graphics according to the chosen driving mode. The refreshed 2013 version of 7 Series LCI comes with Eco Pro modes, i.e. automatic start-stop structure and brake power restoration. Owing to the revised and new union budget of India, the pricing range of the all new incoming model, BMW 7 Series LCI is expected to be higher than the outgoing model. With an array of striking features and functions to offer, BMW 7 Series LCI is one model to look out for once it hits Indian market.

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