2016 BMW 7-Series Online Configurator Leaked, Prices and Powertrain Announced
The 2016 BMW 7-Series is already here for the taking, as BimmerToday has offered us a closer look on the model via BMW Austria, thanks to some leaked images which present the online configurator of the long-expected model.
The leaked images with the online configurator are showing the prices as well as the engine lineup of the 2016 BMW 7-Series. First off, the 2016 BMW 7-Series will cost a base entry-level 100,445 euros in Austria, in the 730d version, while the 7-Series 740i will come from 107,690 euros.
Additional costs will be set for some extra goodies at the interior, the M Sport Package or the adaptive LED headlights coming at 1,800 euros. Other features refer to the multifunction steering wheel, digital speedometer and a few more.
Apart the prices, the 2016 BMW 7-Series will be available in a wide arrary of exterior colors, like the Alpine White, Carbon Black, Black Sapphire, Black College, Cashmere Silver, Glacier Silver, Imperial Blue, Sophisto Grey, Mineral White, Singapore Grey, Jatoba, Arctic Grey Brilliant and Magellan Grey paints.
Moving under the hood, the 2016 BMW 7-Series will come with a choice of three engines, such as the fresh inline-six cylinder B58 unit, developing 326 horsepower in the 740i, while the twin-turbo V8 unit, churns out a higher 450 horsepower in the 750i xDrive. The 730d will get the inline-six cylinder diesel, with 265 horsepower. More details will be announced on June the 10th, when the model is expected for an official debut, ahead the 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show, this September.