Spied: 2013 BMW 7-Series

An update of the fifth-generation BMW 7 Series has been spotted, revealing subtle exterior changes.

Changes include revised headlamps, which along with relocated indicators (now in the mirrors) will be LEDs, while there’s a new tail-light design. There will be no sheetmetal changes for the largest BMW, which is now more than three years old.

Also photographed is the optional M package, with a deeper front bumper and enlarged brake ducts.

Regular models will see the six-speed automatic phased out as the ZF eight-speed will become standard on all 7 Series variants – as is already the case for the 1 Series hatch.

A new instrument cluster design will freshen up the cabin, and we can expect a raft of new technologies to be announced closer to the car’s arrival in showrooms following its debut at the Geneva Motor Show at the beginning of March. For more details click here.
Thanks to: Auto Express
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