China’s Hongqi H9 vs German’s BMW 7-Series, which of the two ultra-luxury sedans wears the massive grille better.
The two sedans seems to have the same total grill surface. BMW has a wider grille, while the H9’s has a taller grille.
Both ultra-luxury full-sized sedans are specially designed for Chinese markets.
They are designed to rival Audi A8, Mercedes S-Class, Bentley Flying Spur, Lexus LS and the Rolls-Royce Ghost.
Last year, Coscharis Motors launched the new 2020 BMW 7-Series full sized sedan into the Nigerian market few months after its unveiling in China.
The 7-Series is designed to rival models like the Chinese Hongqi H9; Audi A8; Mercedes S-Class; Bentley Flying Spur; Jaguar XJ; Lexus LS and the Rolls-Royce Ghost.
The latest version of the luxury car is solely aimed at Chinese market cos 44% of the German automaker’s 2018 global BMW 7 Series sales were made to customers in China.
One of the talking points on the upgraded version is the new and much larger kidney grille that BMW says has 40-percent more surface area than the one on the outgoing model.
In addition to wearing the same shiny black finishes, the two luxury sedans spots a menacing looks, thanks to their massive front grilles.
The two sedans seems to have the same total grill surface. BMW has a wider grille while the H9’s has a taller chrome radiator grille.
So who wears the grille better? We think the Hongqi H9, designed by former Rolls-Royce design boss, Giles Taylor, wins this.
This is because the “illuminating” central bar of Hongqi H9’s huge grille runs up, and over the bonnet; adding a bit of extra size to the grill.
So Which Of The Two Wears The Massive Grille Better, Is It The China’s Hongqi H9 Or The German’s BMW 7-Series?
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