Overview about BMW i7
A new BMW i7 premier is on the way, one that will symbolize the pinnacle of the brand's luxury and technological capabilities. The 7 Series sedan was BMW's flagship for decades. Because it was the most costly and luxury BMW, it was the first to get all of the brand's new technology before it was rolled out to the rest of the range. While the centerpiece will still be a 7 Series in certain ways, it will be a little different this time. It's the BMW i7 this time.
The BMW i7, which will make its premiere on April 20, will be the first completely electric variant of the 7 Series. We lay down most of the fundamental facts about the i7 in this new video to give you a feel of how greater and functionality it will be.
Is it going to fit in my carport?
- Price: Starting at £107,400 now available for purchase
- The first deliveries are scheduled for December 2022.
- Length: 5391mm (+130mm over previous generation)
- Wheelbase: 3.215mm (+5mm)
- Â Width 1950mm (+48mm)
- Height: 1544mm (+51mm)
- Pure electric as a power source
- 4.7 seconds from 0 to 62 mph
- Total Horsepower: 544hp
- Drive: Two electric motors – one on each axle – provide all-wheel drive.
- Range on electric power: 367 to 388 miles
- 149 mph is the top speed (electronically limited)
- Charging: A rapid charger can provide 106 miles of range in only ten minutes.
What are the most excited features in BMW’s new 7 series?
- The screens are the most important aspect of the new 7 Series. The driver binnacle and primary screen are combined into a single unit that floats over the dashboard in the front.
- Stacking headlights are BMW's most divisive design element.
- The door handles have been redesigned to be flush with the car's body, and you may pick from a variety of new aerodynamic 19- to 21-inch alloy wheels.
- The back end of the new 7 Series appears to be simpler than ever before.
- The major news is that BMW's newest flexible widescreen infotainment system will be available on the new 7 Series and i7.
- The BMW 7 Series will be available with six different petrol and diesel engines, each with an eight-speed automatic transmission and a hybrid system.
- So yet, there is just one version of the i7. It features a 102-kilowatt-hour battery that provides a range of up to 388 miles.
- The BMW i7 supports 195kW fast charging, which is little slower than the Mercedes EQS's 200kW, but it's enough to add 106 miles to your range in around 10 minutes.
- The dual motors on the i7 60 create a total of 544hp.
- BMW has stated that a significantly faster i7 M70 will be produced. It will be the most powerful BMW road vehicle ever, with 660 horsepower and 1,000 Nm of torque.
- Adaptive self-leveling air suspension is included on every new BMW 7 Series and i7.
Price and release date of new BMW 7 series and i7
In November 2022, the new BMW i7 will go on sale before the 7 Series. The i7 xdrive 60 in 'Excellence' specification will set you back just over £107,000, while M Sport models will cost you over £112,000.
IN WE GET, THEN:
Which is better: the front or the back? With a new luxo-limo, this is the challenge. All of the action usually takes place at the front of an automobile, notably in the driver's seat and dashboard. Mercedes accomplished the same thing with the EQS. And, lo and behold, we have the hyper screen.
Don't get me wrong: the i7 is a fantastic place to be on the inside. In a room with wheels, the seats are among of the softest, most comfortable chairs I've ever seen. The materials are lavishly indulgent: glass, unpolished wood, and actual metal flashes. It's sumptuous yet futuristic in a way that's a joy to behold: more seven-star BMW i3 than grand hotel drawing room.