2023 BMW 7 Series 750e: Classiest Spec to Date?

The G70 took customization to unprecedented heights, making the BMW 7 Series more adaptable. In a recent photo shoot featuring the seventh 7 at a golf resort in Prague, an M3 Touring with M Performance Parts took centre stage. The showcased 750e xDrive, a full-size luxury vehicle, boasts a plug-in hybrid drivetrain.

This model showcases chrome accents by opting for the standard Design Pure Excellence trim instead of the M Sport Package (or M Sport Package Pro). The Mercedes S-Class competitor features a two-tone paint job. It perfectly blends Sapphire Black for the upper body and Aventurine Red Metallic below. It sits on 21-inch bi-colour wheels, adding to its striking appearance.

The luxurious interior mirrors the exterior theme, featuring Bordeaux Red Merino leather upholstery with black accents. The ample legroom for rear passengers in the latest 7 Series highlights its growth. BMW’s flagship vehicle now boasts a wheelbase of 3215 millimetres (126.6 inches), surpassing the previous G12. In China, the latest 7er is available exclusively in one size, even though it retains the “L” suffix.

The 7-series car takes full advantage of the extended wheelbase. Its Executive Lounge Package offers a 31.3-inch Theatre Screen for movies, sports, and gaming. Rear passengers can control various in-car features through a 5.5-inch touchscreen on each door panel, adding to the multiple displays available in the back.

With a crystal iDrive rotary knob and gear selector, the driver also enjoys numerous amenities upfront. Carbon fibre trim adorns the dashboard and centre console, while a flat-bottom steering wheel adds style. Despite its opulence, the 750e is one of the more economical options, rivalling the luxury of an M760e or an i7 M70.

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