2023 BMW i7 Cruises Snowy Italian Town in M Brooklyn Grey Finish

Set against the breathtaking backdrop of Courmayeur, Italy, BMW showcased the electrifying performance of the i7. The xDrive60 model left a lasting impression on all who saw it. It’s complete with the extra touch of M Brooklyn Grey metallic paint and upgraded to 21-inch 909 M style wheels. This photo shoot was a testament to the sleek and stylish design of BMW’s flagship electric vehicle.

The M Sport Package substitutes glossy black trim for most chrome highlights. The front grille may be ordered in black from BMW Italy for an extra fee. This is expected to be a popular option with people who dislike the car’s huge kidneys. Choosing a 2023 7 Series or i7 in a darker colour and without the Shadowline grille will make it less clear that it has such features.

BMW Italy met in Courmayeur to discuss its objectives for the local market in 2023. Although the i7 M70 was not mentioned, we know the big EV’s M Performance variant will be released this year. The Munich manufacturer claims to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in under four seconds. And with more than 600 horsepower and more than 1,000 Newton meters (737 pound-feet) of torque.

The M2 (G87), M3 Touring (G81), and the XM are the three primary models that will be coming to Italy later this year, according to the automaker’s regional division (G09). In terms of electric vehicles, BMW Italy reports that the first-ever i5, a fully electric version of the following 5 Series Sedan, will debut in 2023. (G60). In addition, two electric MINIs are anticipated to be on sale before the end of the year, most likely the new Countryman and the Cooper SE. While the latter will be put together in Leipzig, the former will be manufactured in China (Germany).

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