When comparing the 2016 BMW 7 series to its predecessor, it is apparent BMW aimed for a more dynamic design. The manufacturer did away with the rounded exterior body, opting for a more angular design in the 2016 model. Its new lightweight Carbon Core body makes the car more agile.
The changes also extend into the interior. New for this model is the touchscreen with gesture control. This feature uses an infrared camera to pick up movements. Twirling your finger clockwise in front of the screen will increase audio volume, for instance. The interior also has ambient lighting and leather cross-stitching seats.