The BMW 7-Series needs to go back to the drawing board.
The revised 2020 Alpina B7 xDrive will go on sale in Q3 of 2019.
BMW may have never offered a proper M7, so someone decided to build one on his own.
Arch-rival Mercedes will have the EQS, so it wouldn’t be that surprising if BMW built an i7.
The controversial face-lift for the BMW 7-Series spawns some imaginary bodystyles.
Based on the 740Li xDrive, it’s limited to 150 units, all of them aimed at the local market.
BMW’s 2020 7-Series is now better equipped to take on its high-tech Mercedes and Audi rivals.
Controversial grille aside, BMW’s flagship has plenty of improvements under the skin, too.
The 2020 BMW 7-Series and its larger than life grille just can’t keep itself a secret anymore.
The flagship sedan will be unveiled on January 16, and will probably head to the Geneva Motor Show in March.
BMW has usually aired on the side of conservatism when it comes to mid-cycle upgrades for the 7-Series.
BMW might unveil the facelifted 7-Series next week and launch it at the Geneva Auto Show.