New Bimmer set to be unveiled on June 10.
BMW's official Austrian website accidentally leaked images of the all-new 7 Series that is set to be unveiled to the world on June 10. And the grainy images are joined by plenty of juicy information. First up, the new 7er's powerplants. At launch, the full-size sedan will be offered with three engines and rear- or optional four-wheel drive. These include a new 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six diesel with 257 hp in the 730d, a new 3.0-liter turbo-six gasoline unit rated at 317 hp in the 740i, and the range-topping 750i Xdrive will use a 444-hp 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8.
The website also revealed there will be various wheel designs ranging from 17-20 inches in size, and 13 exterior color choices including Alpine White, Mineral White, Black College, Black Sapphire, Carbon Black, Cashmere Silver, Glacier Silver, Sophisto Grey, Singapore Grey, Arctic Grey Brilliant, Jatoba, Magellan Grey and Imperial Blue. Other features include an M Sport Package, Driving Assistant Plus, Alcantara headliner, built-in telephone, adaptive LED headlights, adjustable rear seats and more. Prices in Austria will range from just over 100,000 Euros to 137,935 Euros for the 750i. Look forward to a full reveal on Wednesday.