Check out the 2023 BMW i7 in Aventurine Red

BMW highlighted the two-tone paint options for the 7 Series G70 at its official launch earlier this year. It comes with a €12,000 price tag in the author’s native Germany. If you think that’s a lot to pay on paint alone, remember that the base model is non-metallic Alpine White on this all-electric i7.

In Germany, an Aventurine Red Shiny costs €1,150, although same sum also buys other shiny colours. This i7 xDrive60 rides on optional 20-inch wheels with a two-tone finish and “X”-inspired spokes. Black roof contrasts with red bodywork. A dark grille would look great in place of the shiny chrome kidneys on this vehicle. Because this is the electric vehicle variant, the back bumper is smooth and uncluttered, with no openings for the tailpipes.

Now that BMW only provides one model of its flagship vehicle, the 7, there will no longer be a choice between two wheelbases. Legroom for rear passengers is much more generous than in the previous generation G12 7 Series. The 7er’s automatic doors are reminiscent of the Rolls- Royce’s, and the interior is upholstered in white Merino leather. There is no rear-seat entertainment system on this i7 because the electric limousine is missing the required 31.3-inch Theatre Screen.

The front of the limo is as attractive as the back, thanks to the minimalist, futuristic dashboard. The concept car’s futuristic dashboard features the iDrive 8’s two screens, the Interaction Bar’s ambient lighting, and no traditional controls. Previous 7 Series models had many controls split between buttons and knobs. BMW has revealed an M70 variant of the i7 with 660 hp would arrive in 2023, but the xDrive60 will be the sole initial option. At July, 7 Series and i7 production began in Dingolfing, and the cars would be released in November.

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