For a long time, the BMW 7 Series has served as the pinnacle of the automaker’s sedan lineup. The current iteration of this extremely-luxe flagship provides a various range of powertrains. The most gasoline-effective is the 745e xDrive, which pairs a turbocharged inline-6 with a plug-in hybrid part. Having said that, to date, there have been no thoroughly electric powered variations to compete with the Mercedes-Benz EQS, Porsche Taycan or Tesla Product S.
That will alter soon, as evidenced by a new auto known as the i7 that BMW is teasing on its site. Here’s everything we know about the future electric equivalent of the 7 Sequence.
Shadowy images and the iX hint at i7’s design
Like it or loathe it the substantial “twin kidney” front grille is tricky to blunder for everything but a BMW. The teaser visuals and video clip the automaker have demonstrated all emphasize (literally) the pair of big grilles — which are probably decorative, as EVs have no will need for these substantial air intakes (maw). Flanking the maw are some definitely swanky-wanting headlights. BMW suggests the readily available Crystal Headlights are manufactured out of precise crystal. They are thinner than the lights uncovered on the latest 7 Series and show up to resemble the kinds we’ve observed on the iX SUV.