Stunning BMW i7 Showcased in a Two-Tone Paint

BMW’s two-tone paint option is one of the company’s most expensive offerings, priced at €12,000 in Germany and $12,000 in the US. Previous models offered the chance to mix two colours, but the 7 Series takes it to a new level. A photo collection from Provence shows the G70’s impressive ability to mimic a Rolls-Royce.

The BMW i7 xDrive60 boasts a unique colour combination from the Individual catalogue: Tanzanite Blue metallic and Oxide Gray for the top section. This electric vehicle boasts the M Sport Package and a blacked-out appearance, only available in M Sport Pro mode. The chrome accents and kidney grille shine, and the largest available wheels are 21-inch, glossy wonders.

This expanded photo collection highlights the significant redesign the 7 Series underwent for its most recent iteration. From every angle, it seems significantly different from its predecessor. This is evident with the split headlamps and massive kidney grille on the front fascia creating controversy. The X7 facelift and the XM both share a similar look, making it clear that it is not the only BMW with a striking front end. The X5/X6 LCI and the new 5 Series, which will be released this year, will keep a traditional fascia since the German manufacturer has stated that less expensive versions won’t get this appearance.

The i7 shares the CLAR platform with the conventional 7 Series. Thus, it appears similar to models powered by gasoline, diesel, or plug-in hybrid technology. It adopts the same approach as the Munich-based company’s crossover model pairings X1 / iX1 and X3 / iX3. This also includes the 4 Series Gran Coupe / i4 and China’s 3 Series / i3 Sedan. The 5 Series mentioned above will give birth to an i5 that will look quite similar.

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