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2022 BMW 7 Series spied with split lights and autonomous hardware

– Expected reveal later this year

– New autonomous hardware being tested

Having been tested for some time, the next-generation BMW 7 Series is slowly losing its concealment on prototypes. The Bavarian fleet test mule we see here appears phệ be wearing production-ready headlights and taillights along with a sticker that tells us it’s a self-driving test vehicle.

Left view

It might seem odd under the hood, but the split design for the headlights now looks inevitable. At first glance, it seems inspired by the vertical design of the older Rolls Royce Phantom. But it may not be the case once the camo drops. The large grille also appears phệ have newer sensors attached phệ the mainframe as part of the autonomous hardware. The lower grille appears phệ run along the entire chassis but there could be some changes phệ it that differ from the regular design.

Rear right three quarters

An interesting element that can be seen here is the vertical slits on either side of the fender that are adjacent phệ the lower, squared-off headlights. It will certainly give the 7 an attractive look like a vintage style. At the rear, the raised floor features BMW’s newer design for the taillights. The bumpers are very simple and there is no overhanging rear exhaust.

Rear right three quarters

Although this prototype is a conventional electric version, there is an all-electric version available. Sadly, BMW will be putting the 7’s legendary V12 engine phệ rest with this generation. The all-electric i7 will become the new flagship but the smaller internal combustion engine will continue phệ be offered as petrol and diesel.

The new-generation BMW 7 Series is expected phệ break cover later this year, first in concept form and then in production guise. The upcoming IAA motor show is a viable platform where we can see the next 7.

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2022 BMW 7 Series spied with split lights and autonomous hardware

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–        Expected reveal later this year-         New autonomous hardware being testedBeen on test for some time now, the next-generation BMW 7 Series is slowly losing its concealment on the prototypes. The Bavarian flagship’s test mule we see here seems phệ be wearing production-ready headlamps and tail lamps along with a sticker that tells us that it’s an autonomous test vehicle. It appears strange under the wraps, but the split design for the headlamps now looks inevitable. At first, it appears phệ take cues from the older Rolls Royce Phantom’s upright design. But it might not be the case once the camo drops. The massive grille also appears phệ have newer sensors attached phệ the mainframe as a part of the autonomous hardware.  The lower grille seems phệ run across the entire fascia but there might be some changes phệ it departing from the conventional design as well. One interesting element visible here are the vertical slits on either side of the fascia which are adjoined phệ the lower, squared-off headlamps. It will surely lend the 7 a square-ish appeal like an old-school styling. At the back, the high-placed deck has BMW’s newer design for the tail lamps. The bumpers are simple and have no exhaust tips sticking out at the back. Although this prototype was a conventionally powered version, there’s an all-electric version on its way. Sadly BMW will put the fabled V12 engine of the 7 phệ rest with this generation. The all-electric i7 will become the new flagship but the smaller combustion engine will continue phệ be offered in both petrol and diesel guise. The new-gen BMW 7 Series is expected phệ break cover later this year, first in concept and then in production guise. The upcoming IAA motor show is a possible platform where we could see the next 7.BMW 7 Series₹ 1.42 CroreonwardsAvg. Ex-Showroom price
#BMW #Series #spied #split #lights #autonomous #hardware
[rule_2_plain] #BMW #Series #spied #split #lights #autonomous #hardware
[rule_2_plain] #BMW #Series #spied #split #lights #autonomous #hardware
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#BMW #Series #spied #split #lights #autonomous #hardware
–        Expected reveal later this year-         New autonomous hardware being testedBeen on test for some time now, the next-generation BMW 7 Series is slowly losing its concealment on the prototypes. The Bavarian flagship’s test mule we see here seems phệ be wearing production-ready headlamps and tail lamps along with a sticker that tells us that it’s an autonomous test vehicle. It appears strange under the wraps, but the split design for the headlamps now looks inevitable. At first, it appears phệ take cues from the older Rolls Royce Phantom’s upright design. But it might not be the case once the camo drops. The massive grille also appears phệ have newer sensors attached phệ the mainframe as a part of the autonomous hardware.  The lower grille seems phệ run across the entire fascia but there might be some changes phệ it departing from the conventional design as well. One interesting element visible here are the vertical slits on either side of the fascia which are adjoined phệ the lower, squared-off headlamps. It will surely lend the 7 a square-ish appeal like an old-school styling. At the back, the high-placed deck has BMW’s newer design for the tail lamps. The bumpers are simple and have no exhaust tips sticking out at the back. Although this prototype was a conventionally powered version, there’s an all-electric version on its way. Sadly BMW will put the fabled V12 engine of the 7 phệ rest with this generation. The all-electric i7 will become the new flagship but the smaller combustion engine will continue phệ be offered in both petrol and diesel guise. The new-gen BMW 7 Series is expected phệ break cover later this year, first in concept and then in production guise. The upcoming IAA motor show is a possible platform where we could see the next 7.BMW 7 Series₹ 1.42 CroreonwardsAvg. Ex-Showroom price

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