The Upcoming BMW 7 Series with Exciting New Design

In the BMW brand’s lineup, the upcoming BMW 7 Series is shaping up to be one of the fascinating cars. The 7 Series will be substantially different from any other 7 Series before it, for better or worse, with its electrification, technology, and revolutionary design.

Upcoming BMW 7 Series will Launch with Controversial Design

In addition to the BMW 7 Series, a purely electric vehicle, the BMW i7, will also be available. Many car enthusiasts already know a lot and have received some information, while official details are still scarce. For example, the i7 will not have its own electrical architecture but will be built on the same G70 chassis as the regular 7. It will also reportedly have a three-engine motor, two motors at the rear and a single motor at the front. This could be the same three-engine setup that powers the future BMW i5 M Performance.

BMW allowed visitors to CES 2022 to try out the car in the back seat. As BMW had wrapped it in black fabric, attendees couldn’t see the rest of the interior. Neither could the wooden structure that surrounds the exterior. The giant cinema screen, combined with the new Bowers & Wilkins surround sound system, will give rear-seat passengers a true cinematic experience.
BMW will introduce a new form of its award-winning B58 engine, called the B58 TÜ2, for the next 7 Series. The most powerful non-M performance variant of the B8 engine will produce 370 hp. Other mechanical changes make the new B58 engine smoother, more responsive and with better thermal management.

Like a Rolls-Royce, the fully automatic doors will be one of the most notable luxury features of the new 7 Series. There is also a button for rear-seat passengers to close the doors.

BMW replaces the classic twin headlamp design with a new split headlight design. Many have seen parts of this new design in spy pictures, which have caused controversy among enthusiasts. It will therefore be thrilling to see how BMW implements this new design.

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