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BMW 7-series sedan
BMW will replace its flagship in early 2016 and move from an all-steel to a carbon-and-aluminum body to reduce weight and make the sedan more agile. The new generation will have a 50-state clean diesel, a plug-in hybrid and possibly a four-cylinder engine that may not be available in the United States. BMW is considering a high-performance all-wheel-drive M version of the 7 series for the first time, primarily for the United States, to compete with the Mercedes-Benz AMG S-class sedan.
 
Segment: Premium LuxuryPowertrain: Conventional (diesel)
Release Year: 2016New Product Category: Redesign
Drive: AWD/RWD

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