The spyshots of 2013 BMW 7-Series facelift sedan really make our day at the office. It’s like a fresh water when we are in deadly thirst. Somehow, the 2013 BMW 7-Series facelift sedan has a design language which influenced all BWM series namely 5-Series and the new 1-Series hatchback. Since it contributes a lot to other series, BMW decides that the 2013 BMW 7-Series facelift sedan deserves a bit of makeover.
We predict that the 2013 BMW 7-Series facelift sedan will make its first public appearance sometime next year. By that time, the 2013 BMW 7-Series facelift sedan will be challenged by the all new Mercedes-Benz S-Klasse. Yet, BMW is very confident that their 2013 BMW 7-Series facelift sedan will be ready to compete against the S-Klasse and not much of changes applied on the sedan.
Well, the changes on the 2013 BMW 7-Series facelift sedan might not involve bodywork, and much likely will take place on the performance side. We notice that the small changes have been made on the exterior of the 2013 BMW 7-Series facelift sedan which includes new LED accents. It seems like BMW will make the indicator on the form of an LED bar and will offer a new LED headlight as an optional extra.
The cosmetic changes applied on the 2013 BMW 7-Series facelift sedan are restyled bumpers, front and back, also a new spoiler. BMW will not proposed same old engine, but they provide new units for the 2013 BMW 7-Series facelift sedan. For example, the 740i will be powered by twin-turbocharged engine which able to perform around 350 horsepower; while the 750i should be fitted with a 4.4L V8 petrol engine and able to unleash 450 horsepower from a TwinPower Turbo technology and to increase performance, BMW adds two turbochargers and high-precision direct injection.
However, no information about the possibility of V12 powered the 2013 BMW 7-Series facelift sedan – the 760i to be exact – because it could be the effect of “efficiency” made by the most auto manufacturer. Our best shot about the first debut for 2013 BMW 7-Series facelift sedan will take place at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show in April and much likely the 2013 BMW 7-Series facelift sedan will appear in New York Auto Show.