Get a Sneak Peek at the Upcoming Changes for the 2023 BMW i7

BMW will introduce 2019 variations to the i7, its most important luxury car since the original 7 Series. BMW’s new entry-level i7 eDrive50 will reportedly include a 450-hp electric motor in the trunk. The only option for U.S. purchasers is the BMW i7 xDrive60, which produces 536 hp. Whether or not the i7 eDrive50 will be available in North America remains to be seen.

The BMW i7 M70 is the most significant newcomer in 2023. As the first all-electric M Performance 7 Series, it promises to be a game-changer. The BMW i7 M70 will have 660 hp and over 1,000 Nm of torque, making it the quickest 7er ever created. The old M Performance 7 Series’ V12 was more charming, but this new engine is faster.

Electric power means a speed of over 100 km per hour (62 miles per hour) in less than four seconds from rest. In the words of BMW, it is “the most powerful model ever approved for road use.” But the XM will soon surpass the i7 M70, and the i7 will soon be left in the dust. The plug-in hybrid V8 in last year’s concept of the same SUV produced 750 horses and the same four-digit torque. Despite the i7 xDrive60’s 101.7 kWh useable capacity, BMW remains mum on the i7 M70’s battery size. Compared to the iX’s 105-kWh battery, this one is much smaller.

Regarding features and customisation, you can count on everything to be on par with the 7 Series. Luxury and technological similarities between the 7 Series and i7 will certainly exist as new models are offered. You can expect the same outrageous features as the gasoline-powered 7, including a large theater screen and touchscreen armrests.

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