BMW has recently launched three new BMW products. These include the new XM performance SUV, the updated and electrified M340i and the S1000 RR super bike.
Apart from this, the company is preparing to launch five other cars in January 2023. In such a situation, today we are telling you about these five cars.
new 7 series and i7
The new 7th generation BMW 7 Series is not only packed with cutting-edge technology, it is also the most competitive S-Class rival ever. All this comes with an edgy look. In this, especially the long flat bonnet attracts more attention.
The interiors are clearly more upmarket and full of new shapes, forms and textures. At the rear, apart from plenty of space and comfort, you get touchscreen controls on the rear door pads. The new 7 Series features a roof-mounted 31.3-inch, 8K ‘Cinema’ screen that flips up at the touch of a button. The new i7 sedan is the all-electric 7 Series.
bmw x7 facelift
The BMW X7 will come with new styling, an updated engine, new drive system and a new interior. It also gets a completely redesigned node with a split headlamp design. The interiors feature BMW’s latest curved infotainment screen, with a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a 14.9-inch touchscreen.
BMW 3 Series Gran Limo Facelift
BMW 3 Series Gran Limo Series Gran Limo is one of the bestsellers of BMW. The new cabin will be seen in the upgraded BMW. The front gets a new sharp cut front bumper, a new looking BMW kidney grille.
On the inside, the upgrade includes BMW’s curved display and a new ‘leather’ covered dash. The waterfall effect diffused mood lighting gives it a suitably upmarket look and as always customers in India will love the legroom and space at the rear.
new bmw x1
The all-new X1, one of BMW’s best-selling cars in India, will be launched at the Bengaluru Joytown event. The Baby X5’s design is more ‘square’ and ‘stand-up’. It has a long grill. The new X1 is now 4,500mm long.
Underneath the new X1 (codenamed U11) is BMW and MINI’s front wheel drive FAAR platform, which has been significantly updated from the earlier UKL.