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The most noticeable design change on the 2020 BMW 7 Series is a new grille that's 40 percent larger than it was previously.
Skinnier taillights are now connected by a light strip to give the 7 Series more visual depth.
The restyled front fenders feature taller side vents.
A restyled rear bumper boasts wider exhaust openings.
The new hood on the 2020 BMW 7 Series now sits 2 inches higher than before.
BMW says that the more in-your-face styling is because customers in the US and China -- the two biggest 7 Series markets -- asked for it.
In the 750i models, the V8 engine has been updated to produce 523 horses and 553 pound-feet of torque. That's good for an increase of 80 horses and 74 pound-feet over the previous eight-cylinder.
Bolting to the engine is an updated eight-speed automatic transmission built by ZF. As expected, it performs quick and well-timed shifts.
With the V8, BMW says the 750i xDrive can hit 60 mph in 3.9 seconds.
When the 2020 BMW 7 Series arrives at dealers this month, the rear-wheel-drive 740i will begin at $86,450, not including $995 for destination. Stepping up to the 750i xDrive pushes things to $102,650.