Hard to believe but next year there will be a facelift for the current BMW 7er G11 and the G12 long version. This should make it exciting again in the fight against the Mercedes S-Class W222 Mopf. as well as the current Audi A8 D5. Main features will be a wider kidney, an adapted bonnet, slightly modified headlamps front and rear and a few cosmetic details on the aprons. For the interior one expects an improved variant of the partially autonomous driving as well as the integration of the language assistant Alexa of Amazon. On the engine side, it will certainly add a few horsepower and possibly also comes a new paint job.
That the 7er really needs no facelift shows us the team of Ultimate Auto (Orlando USA). You have a set for an 2016er BMW 740i (G11) Avant Garde Wheels Alloy wheels and a subtle lowering missed and including the complete Llumar disc tint All around, the performance could not be more successful. A small highlight is still that JL Audio Bass Package which supports the factory-installed sound system. Apart from the wheelset, the tinted windows and the modified sound system, but otherwise no other modifications are known so we leave you at this point with the pictures alone. 🙂 If we still get some info there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed if yours is just ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
(Photos: Ultimate car)
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2016 BMW 740i G11 on 22 inchers
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