2016 BMW 7 Series G11 Release Date, Price, Interior, Design, Specs – We were teased with the rumors at first. Then came the spy pics that sort of started to confirm the rumors, but it is with the final announcement and the confirmed release date that we are certain that the new BMW 7 Series will be released. The 2016 model of the popular BMW brand ventures with the design of the new 7 series G11 vehicle which is going to oppose the Mercedes S-Class and give it a run for its money.
The changes brought to the 7 Series are not radical but rather evolutionary. The vehicle’s natural evolution is what brings the newest design to us and it seems that taking things in a natural coarse has proven to be the major most useful thing when it comes to the designing the new vehicle. It looks pretty good and well off luxurious but it makes some changes with the performance which are also going to play a big part with the popularity of the car.
The spy photos were published a long time ago, but now we are able to provide you with the real deal and the official pictures that have been released from the 2016 BMW 7 Series G11. The review will also provide you with some initial and most important facts and specs that you wish to know about the newest car.
Release date and price
The newest car from BMW has already been scheduled for release. It is actually the main thing which confirmed the existence of the car before the rumors. The vehicle’s release date is set for November 2015 when it is going to appear available for purchase. The price is a nifty one as it comes available at a price of somewhere at $81,300 and $97,400.
As mentioned, the car’s look has not been dramatically changed it was rather remodeled and changed in its natural paste. So at the front side the car still has its swollen kidney grille with a prominent nose design. But the changes that makes the most dramatic inclusion for the car now is the remodeling of the lights. The headlamps now have a more aggressive look which actually changes the face of the entire car. It looks much more menacing this way and in fact poses a much better image than before. The addition to the lights is also the new ‘Laserlight’ laser-based beam tech which was initially introduced in the BMWi8 supercar vehicle and proven to be a good one for the new 7 Series as well.
The side profile remains the same and is almost completely identical to the old models of the BMW. But the rear end has gone through some changes that fit the front perfectly. The new light system at the back is also something that makes the car look sharper and in fact better. The LED lights that have been added make a world of difference now for the car. All in all, the impression for the desing is to play it safe and not make too drastic changes which could scare the potential customers off. This is why they have decided to go for a more traditional look that the people are used to and not experiment too much with quirky design options.
The car has evolved immensely when it comes to the inside and the technology it now uses. The BMW’s 7 Series has been given a lot of updates and upgrades which make the interior pretty useful and technologically sound. The biggest changes are of course seen on the dash where the car now includes freestanding sat-nav/infotainment screen, which you can get in a smaller and also in a 10.2-inch Professional option. There is also the ConnectedDrive service that enables new “interactive traffic sign updating,” a system which this car pioneers. The new gesture controls and iDrive rotary controller makes its debut on this car as well. The 3D sensor allows you to make car movements and make change car functions that way. The multifunctional TFT system also adjusts depending on the driving mode you are using currently.
To make the inside more comfortable and the atmosphere in the car a pleasant one, a new four-zone climate control comes standard for the car. There is a touch control panel between the rear seats that allows you to control the temperature and the atmosphere inside the car. If you want to get warm, the Heat Comfort system is an optional one that allows you to heat up the wheel, front and rear armrests and front and rear seats and make yourself comfy that way. At the same time the ambient lighting changes depending on the situation in the car.
The new 2016 BMW 7 Series G11 aims to provide a more dynamic ride and beat the rivals that way. That is why the new Executive Drive Pro enables the adaption of dampers and makes better air suspension making the ride a lot smoother. There is only one engine option available but it is a perfect one for this car. The matted 3.0-litre twin-turbo petrol engine in the 740LI makes 326bhp, while it produces 265hp and 620Nm of torque in the 730D. It also reduces harmful emissions with an estimated 119g/km of CO2,