BMW reveals facelifted 7-series
11 June 2012
Author: Rachel Burgess
BMW has revealed its updated 7-series that's due to go on sale in September.
Priced from £58,115, the carmaker says subtle exterior changes such as LED headlights "accentuate visual appeal" while comfort has also been improved with adjusted suspension and in-car tweaks including newly-designed seats.
The model will also be the first 7-series in the UK to offer a hybrid iteration, mating a 3.0-litre six-cylinder engine to an electric motor, emitting 158g/km CO2 with 41.5mpg.
The entry-level 730d will be the most fleet-friendly version, with emissions of 148g/km and 50.4mpg economy while the price-topping 760Li, at £101,805, emits 314g/km and does 21.2mpg.
Safety options on the car include BMW Night Vision featuring Dynamic Light Spot with pedestrian-recognition technology, the anti-dazzle LED High-Beam Assistant; Driving Assistant Plus with Stop & Go function and Speed Limit Display.
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