BMW seems to have a hard time trying to keep the exterior design of the revamped 7-Series a secret until its official debut.
Now, BMWBlog has revealed a new set of alleged leaked images, said to have been uploaded by a person responsible for the online configurators.
Dominating the front end is a massive kidney grille, similar to the one used on the X7. New headlamps, slightly updated taillights joinedby a light strip, and a few other touches round up the exterior makeover. No images of the interior have been uploaded yet, but previous spy shots revealed that the 2020 7-Series will get a new digital instrument cluster and updated infotainment system.
It’s unknown what engines it will use, but reports suggest it could adopt some powertrains from the 8-Series and X7. The usual petrol units will be joined by diesels in the Euro-spec model, while the PHEV and M760Li might be updated.
The website claims that BMW might pull the covers off the revamped 7-Series next week, and it’s very likely that it will make its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March.