The BMW 7 Series is an F-segment luxury car that has been produced since 1977 and the new long wheelbase version represents the seventh generation of an iconic model.
The new BMW 7 Series above all, it changes the look, making it an even more valuable and exclusive product. The comfort of the rear compartment increases, the vertical front and the double circular headlights make it more powerful and distinctive from an aesthetic point of view. It will be equipped with adaptive LED headlights as standard. BMW Iconic Glow crystal headlights are available as an option, which form an exclusive light effect thanks to the crystals from Swarovski arranged in an L shape.
The slightly enlarged measures, the long doors that facilitate the entry and exit of passengers, the LED rear units accentuate the elegance of the 7 Series. The colors available are nine metallic and one non-metallic shades, as well as special paints that they will be added to the range at a later date. Inside stands out a 12.3-inch display behind the wheel and a 14.9-inch display. The seats will see increased comfort, will be electrically adjustable and heated and will have a massage function with nine programs.
The details of the new BMW 7 Series
In Europe, the new BMW 7 Series will only be launched as an electric version in the form of BMW i7xDrive60. The propulsion unit consists of two electric motors which together deliver a power of 400 kW/544 HP, boasting a range of up to 625 km and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.2 seconds. The 375 HP turbocharged 3.0-liter straight-six remains mated to a 48-volt hybrid system and rear-wheel drive.
It will be an authentic concentration of technology that will make the driving experience truly unique. There are control units in the doors Touch Command which allow rear passengers to make phone calls via the car’s audio system. The latest generation of the integrated braking system now works with greater precision, ensuring incredible pedal feel every time the driver brakes. The largest selection of automated driving and parking systems ever offered by the German manufacturer will be available on the new BMW 7 Series. The long list goes from the Active Cruise Control to the Steering Assistant, from the Automatic Speed Limit Assist to the Active Navigation, from the Reversing Assistant to the Maneuvering Assistant.
The new ones My Modes they form an all-encompassing interplay of vehicle functions, displays and the interior environment. The BMW Maps navigation system offers drivers of the BMW i7 an optimized functionality with regards to the selection of optimized routes for charging. The price list starts at 146,000 euros, but with all the options available, the price is bound to rise.