The Rendering of the 2023 BMW 7 Series with M Sport Package

The next-generation 7 Series is one of the essential BMW unveilings in 2022. In 2017, the luxury sedan project started under the direction of the previous BMW Chief of Design. It was then continued by the current design boss Domagoj Dukec. The design concept of the new 7 Series is to create a distinct design language for the flagship model. One of the most significant facelifts in BMW history occurred in the current 7 Series. The straight-forward and big kidney grille replaced the safe and evolutionary design language of BMW. Therefore, it’s only natural that the new 7 Series will follow its predecessors’ striking and daring designs. 

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Last year, the huge kidney grille of the new 4 Series and M3/M4 models stunned the world. The latest 2 Series Coupe also includes new design elements such as line single headlamps and reversed L-shaped taillights. However, next in line is the G70 7 Series, with several spy photos popped online. The split headlamp is one feature that will quickly stand out in the new G70 generation. 

The G70 7 Series is featured in a new series of renderings today, but this time with the M Sport Package. It gives the 7 Series a lot of character with an aggressive-looking front bumper that includes sharp angles and overlapping panels. A line dividing the headlights from the daytime running lights is notable across its top section. The kidney grille extends along the oversized path to display a dynamic new look. Adding to the car’s athletic appearance, a sculpted-shaped bonnet and floating side mirrors is also visually notable. Darker trimmings has replaced the chrome trims matching the overall aesthetics of this new car. 

Scheduled to debut in 2023, the BMW i7 adds to the innovative nature of the G70 7 Series. According to the latest information, the upcoming electric 7 Series vehicle claims to have a power output of at least 484 kW/650 hp. There have been rumours that the next i7 will be capable of 670 or perhaps 700 horsepower. A 120 kWh battery pack in the i7 M60 variant is the only feature that appears to be constant over time. 

With lower battery capacity from 80 kWh to 100 kWh, it’s only natural to assume that there will be less powerful variants of the i7 on the way. The M60 model will replace the phased-out M760i V12-powered vehicles. It comes with an all-wheel drive and will offer various plug-in hybrids along with some classic combustion engines.

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