BMW 720i comes in the German brand's site, but is soon taken down

BMW 720i comes in the German brand's site, but is soon taken down

A version Input 7 Series BMW, 720i called, appeared in the German company's website, but was soon taken down.

Earlier this week BMW introduced a diesel-powered version of the United Nations, called 740Ld Xdrive, and now it seems that the manufacturer has prepared a more affordable variant of its flagship in Germany.

The engine of this version possible input would be a four-cylinder 2.0 that the German 320i (including xDrive) delivers 184 horsepower, or 170 hp in the 320i EfficientDynamics Edition.

Currently, the cheapest model of the 7 Series line in Germany is the 730d, with prices starting from 74,200 euros, then the 720i input would be closer to the 70 thousand euros.

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