Just like a professional exotic dancer [sic], BMW’s next 7-Series is slowly pulling down its camo’d garments, cheekily showing us a bit of skin, as the drumbeat for its grand premiere gets louder.
We’re still about 9 to 10 months away from its 2015 Frankfurt motor show debut, but for the first time, BMW has released a prototype wearing a full production body and trim on the road, without the fake panels and hidden grille.
The rear-door window line suggests that this could be the long-wheelbase version, with the pictures hinting at a subtly sportier evolution of the current 7-Series’ shape and styling with a less rounded, and lower and more aggressive looking front end.
Towards the back, the rear window seems more slanted adding to the more athletic impression that the new G11 / G12 (LWB) codenamed model gives us over today’s car.
In our previous scoop story, we saw that BMW’s designers used a similar evolutionary approach to the new 7er’s interior as well.
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