BMW i7 2023: the 540 horsepower luxury electric sedan [SPY PHOTO and TEASER]

The new BMW i7 continues its development and, after the spy photos we showed you a few months ago, the new official photos arrive directly from BMW. We see the future propeller car grappling with winter testing at Arjeplog, Sweden. The luxury electric sedan of the Bavarian brand is expected with a power of just under 540 horsepower and a range of about 600 kilometers. BMW presents it as “ The world's first luxury electric sedan ”, a clear affront to the recently unveiled Mercedes EQS.    Double electric motor The zero-emission sister of the BMW 7 Series will be powered by two electric motors, for an expected combined output of 543 horsepower , with all-wheel drive. The electricity will be accumulated in the battery pack from over 110 kWh, thus providing a ' autonomy of about 600 kilometers under optimal conditions.  The performance should be around to an acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in about five seconds, with a maximum speed of about 200 km / h. BMW, among the data released, has not yet talked about performance as much as consumption, which stands at 22.5-19.5 kWh / 100 km.     The design  We still don't know much about its appearance except that it will propose new split optics , as can be glimpsed from the front covers. In all likelihood it will take advantage of a shielded grille similar to that already seen on the new BMW iX , recently tested. The shape of the body will be from a classic 3-volume sedan over 5 meters in length , without affecting in any way the realm of the coupé, currently populated only by the Mercedes EQS (perhaps for this reason that BMW has spoken of "the first electric sedan") .     The sportier 'S' version For those who want more grit, a more thrust version is also expected, called BMW i7S , which will have an electric unit capable of developing 670 hp, with all the power that will be discharged to the ground thanks to the four-wheel drive. The battery pack will be around 120 kWh and should provide a range of around 480 kilometers , measured by the WLTP cycle.  Release date The new next-generation BMW 7 Series is expected to arrive between late 2021 and early 2022 , while we expect to see the all-electric version no earlier than late 2022.

The new BMW i7 continues its development and, after the spy photos we showed you a few months ago, the new official photos arrive directly from BMW. We see the future propeller car grappling with winter testing at Arjeplog, Sweden. The luxury electric sedan of the Bavarian brand is expected with a power of just under 540 horsepower and a range of about 600 kilometers. BMW presents it as “ The world's first luxury electric sedan ”, a clear affront to the recently unveiled Mercedes EQS. 

Double electric motor

The zero-emission sister of the BMW 7 Series will be powered by two electric motors, for an expected combined output of 543 horsepower , with all-wheel drive. The electricity will be accumulated in the battery pack from over 110 kWh, thus providing a ' autonomy of about 600 kilometers under optimal conditions.

The new BMW i7 continues its development and, after the spy photos we showed you a few months ago, the new official photos arrive directly from BMW. We see the future propeller car grappling with winter testing at Arjeplog, Sweden. The luxury electric sedan of the Bavarian brand is expected with a power of just under 540 horsepower and a range of about 600 kilometers. BMW presents it as “ The world's first luxury electric sedan ”, a clear affront to the recently unveiled Mercedes EQS.    Double electric motor The zero-emission sister of the BMW 7 Series will be powered by two electric motors, for an expected combined output of 543 horsepower , with all-wheel drive. The electricity will be accumulated in the battery pack from over 110 kWh, thus providing a ' autonomy of about 600 kilometers under optimal conditions.  The performance should be around to an acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in about five seconds, with a maximum speed of about 200 km / h. BMW, among the data released, has not yet talked about performance as much as consumption, which stands at 22.5-19.5 kWh / 100 km.     The design  We still don't know much about its appearance except that it will propose new split optics , as can be glimpsed from the front covers. In all likelihood it will take advantage of a shielded grille similar to that already seen on the new BMW iX , recently tested. The shape of the body will be from a classic 3-volume sedan over 5 meters in length , without affecting in any way the realm of the coupé, currently populated only by the Mercedes EQS (perhaps for this reason that BMW has spoken of "the first electric sedan") .     The sportier 'S' version For those who want more grit, a more thrust version is also expected, called BMW i7S , which will have an electric unit capable of developing 670 hp, with all the power that will be discharged to the ground thanks to the four-wheel drive. The battery pack will be around 120 kWh and should provide a range of around 480 kilometers , measured by the WLTP cycle.  Release date The new next-generation BMW 7 Series is expected to arrive between late 2021 and early 2022 , while we expect to see the all-electric version no earlier than late 2022.

The performance should be around to an acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in about five seconds, with a maximum speed of about 200 km / h. BMW, among the data released, has not yet talked about performance as much as consumption, which stands at 22.5-19.5 kWh / 100 km. 

The design 

We still don't know much about its appearance except that it will propose new split optics , as can be glimpsed from the front covers. In all likelihood it will take advantage of a shielded grille similar to that already seen on the new BMW iX , recently tested. The shape of the body will be from a classic 3-volume sedan over 5 meters in length , without affecting in any way the realm of the coupé, currently populated only by the Mercedes EQS (perhaps for this reason that BMW has spoken of "the first electric sedan") . 

The new BMW i7 continues its development and, after the spy photos we showed you a few months ago, the new official photos arrive directly from BMW. We see the future propeller car grappling with winter testing at Arjeplog, Sweden. The luxury electric sedan of the Bavarian brand is expected with a power of just under 540 horsepower and a range of about 600 kilometers. BMW presents it as “ The world's first luxury electric sedan ”, a clear affront to the recently unveiled Mercedes EQS.    Double electric motor The zero-emission sister of the BMW 7 Series will be powered by two electric motors, for an expected combined output of 543 horsepower , with all-wheel drive. The electricity will be accumulated in the battery pack from over 110 kWh, thus providing a ' autonomy of about 600 kilometers under optimal conditions.  The performance should be around to an acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in about five seconds, with a maximum speed of about 200 km / h. BMW, among the data released, has not yet talked about performance as much as consumption, which stands at 22.5-19.5 kWh / 100 km.     The design  We still don't know much about its appearance except that it will propose new split optics , as can be glimpsed from the front covers. In all likelihood it will take advantage of a shielded grille similar to that already seen on the new BMW iX , recently tested. The shape of the body will be from a classic 3-volume sedan over 5 meters in length , without affecting in any way the realm of the coupé, currently populated only by the Mercedes EQS (perhaps for this reason that BMW has spoken of "the first electric sedan") .     The sportier 'S' version For those who want more grit, a more thrust version is also expected, called BMW i7S , which will have an electric unit capable of developing 670 hp, with all the power that will be discharged to the ground thanks to the four-wheel drive. The battery pack will be around 120 kWh and should provide a range of around 480 kilometers , measured by the WLTP cycle.  Release date The new next-generation BMW 7 Series is expected to arrive between late 2021 and early 2022 , while we expect to see the all-electric version no earlier than late 2022.

The sportier 'S' version

For those who want more grit, a more thrust version is also expected, called BMW i7S , which will have an electric unit capable of developing 670 hp, with all the power that will be discharged to the ground thanks to the four-wheel drive. The battery pack will be around 120 kWh and should provide a range of around 480 kilometers , measured by the WLTP cycle.

Release date

The new next-generation BMW 7 Series is expected to arrive between late 2021 and early 2022 , while we expect to see the all-electric version no earlier than late 2022.

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