A Bucktoothed Wonder? Restyled BMW 7-Series Images Leak Online

LEAKED: 2020 BMW 7 Series Images & Powertrain Details

LEAKED: 2020 BMW 7 Series Images & Powertrain Details

The refreshed 7 Series also received more angular headlights that give the front end an angry look in combination with the bigger grille. The first image of the auto has leaked online.

Aside from the altered front end, the rest of the spotted test auto appears to feature more discreet alterations, including a new front bumper design and slimmer lights at the rear.

Images showing the full styling of the facelifted BMW 7 Series have leaked online ahead of the car's official debut, revealing larger kidney grilles influenced by the new X7 SUV.

BMW 7 Series Refresh Sports the Mother of All Kidney Grilles

The side profile reveals BMW's designers have made some changes to the so-called hockey stick as it now stands upright on the front fenders. The auto pictured here is riding on multi-spoke alloy wheels. The updated model is expected in showrooms in the fall as a 2020 model.

On the powertrain front, the facelifted 7 Series needs to comply with stricter emissions regulations, which means its range-topping V12 engine might be axed. In India, the vehicle is offered with two engine options - 730Ld with a 3.0-litre, 6-cylinder engine that makes 261 BHP and 620 Nm of torque and 740Li which comes with a 3.0-litre, 6-cylinder engine that puts out 322 BHP and 450 Nm of peak torque. The slats also have blacked out flaps behind them that can close and open according to the speed of the auto and the head generated by the engine to optimise aerodynamics and thermal efficiency. There will also be a 745e iPerformance xDrive plug-in hybrid with a combined 388 hp and 442 lb-ft of torque on offer, which is 64 hp more than the current 740e offers.

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