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Mysterious and enigmatic, the 2019 BMW 750i has yet to be officially announced by BMW. However, several rumors combined with a plethora of spy shots grant us the smallest of insights into what's coming for this gorgeous sports sedan. With a rumored launch of sometime later this year, let's explore some of the exciting future possibilities of the all-new BMW 750i.

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Technology: Looking inside the 2019 BMW 750i prototype, spy shots revealed the interior was completely obscured with a thick black cloth to prevent anyone from seeing the upcoming updates. This past April, however, BMW did hint at some of the amazing technological upgrades coming to the newer models. Replacing BMW's classic circular gauges will be a brand new digital instrument cluster that integrates perfectly with the onboard iDrive infotainment system, and also comes with plenty of options for customization. The most futuristic twist to the all-new BMW 750i? Control your infotainment system with your voice or even a gesture, for magical interactions with your BMW like never before.

Design: While we wait with great anticipation for the newest version of the BMW 750i to be announced, spy shots of the updated sedan highlight several physical changes to the exterior. For starters, the 2019 BMW 750i looks as if it will have a new and improved grille which features larger vertical slats and narrower headlights for an overall sharper look. With a new light pattern on the trunk, exhaust finishers with more width, and a new bumper with a sportier vibe, the all-new BMW 750i's design will definitely be one for the history books.    

Performance: Although we wish it were possible, spy shots cannot include the updated engine specifications for the all-new BMW 750i. (We know they tried, though!) As of now, the rumor mill speculates that the 2019 BMW 750i will likely have a powertrain similar to that of the more-recently updated BMW 8 Series, which currently boasts a 4.4-liter V8 engine with a shocking horsepower of 523. Until BMW releases official information, however, we'll just have to wait to find out.   

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