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2023 BMW 7 Series shown in real life photos

We bring you the first live photos of the new BMW 7 Series and the i7 electric limousine. The duo was introduced to the press last week at an event in Manhattan and we can now share our live photos. There were two models on site: a Frozen Black BMW 760i xDrive with the M Sport Package and a BMW i7 xDrive60.

The absolute flagship in Bavaria’s lineup offers the so-called Power of Choice: gasoline, diesel, plug-in hybrid, and purely electric. They all ride on the same CLAR platform and largely share the same design inside and out. Let’s address the elephant in the room – split headlights. Yes, the new BMW 7 Series is next in line to get the unconventional layout after the X7 Facelift.

Base MSRP for the 2023 BMW 740i is $93,300 + $995 destination. The 2023 BMW 760i xDrive starts at $113,600 + $995 destination and the BMW i7 xDrive60 sells for $119,300 + $995 destination. US market launch to commence in Q4 2022.

BMW i7

The BMW i7 xDrive60 is powered by dual electric motors, made using no rare earth materials at all. Maximum power output is 536 horsepower and 549 lb-ft of torque, which ironically (or not so ironically) gives it the same horsepower as the BMW 760i. According to BMW, 0-60 mph happens in 4.5 seconds and the i7 has a top speed of 149 mph.

Those two electric motors, which provide torque-vectoring all-wheel drive, get their energy from a 101.7 kWh (usable) battery pack, which is said to be capable of up to 300 miles of range. That range figure is a BMW-estimated figure, based on EPA testing procedures.

BMW 760i with the new V8 Engine

The BMW 760i xDrive with its larger 4.4-liter V8 generates 544 hp (400 kW) and 750 Nm (553 lb-ft). It needs just 4.2 seconds to reach 62 mph (100 km/h) from a standstill and has the same electronic top speed limiter programmed to kick in at 155 mph (250 km/h). BMW will also sell the fullsize luxury sedan in a 750e xDrive specification with a plug-in hybrid system.

It’ll combine an inline-six gasoline engine with an electric motor for a total of 490 hp (360 kW) and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft). It is going to need 4.9 seconds to reach 62 mph (100 km/h) before topping out at 155 mph (250 km/h). In electric mode, the maximum speed drops to 87 mph (140 km/h). In EV mode, it should cover as much as 57 miles (89 kilometers) in the combined cycle.

First M Performance Hybrid

The first M Performance plug-in hybrid from BMW will go by the name of M760e xDrive. This one too will have an inline-six and an e-motor, but dialed to 571 hp (420 kW) and 800 Nm (590 lb-ft). 4.3 seconds is all that’s going to take to cover the sprint, en route to 155 mph (250 km/h). With the battery pack fully charged, it’s going to cover up to 52 miles (84 kilometers) running solely on electric juice. Both PHEVs share a battery with a usable capacity of 18.7 kWh. All versions equipped with a combustion engine, be they PHEV or not, come fitted with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

BMW 760i xDrive

Preview: 2023 BMW 7-Series arrives with bold looks, i7 electric option

2023 BMW 7-Series

BMW’s 7-Series has entered its seventh generation with a bold new look, high-tech cabin, and for the first time the choice of an electric powertrain.

The redesigned 7-Series is confirmed to reach dealerships late this year as a 2023 model, with prices starting from $94,295, including a $995 destination charge.

Just three grades will be available, including the electric grade which will be a flagship known as the i7 xDrive60. The internal-combustion grades will be the 740i and 760i xDrive, both with mild-hybrid setups.

2023 BMW 7-Series

2023 BMW 7-Series

The looks are sure to be polarizing. The front is dominated by a large grille whose surround is illuminated, and there are also the same split headlights BMW introduced on the updated 2023 X7. The design of the headlights, which is also destined for a standalone BMW M SUV to be known as the XM, is reserved for BMW’s top-end models. The taillights feature a new take on BMW’s traditional L-shape, and we’re told the sedan now measures 212.2 inches in length, which is 5.1 inches longer than before. Despite the increase, the wheelbase is only up 0.2 inches at 126.6.

The interior follows a more luxurious route than past generations, with the driver greeted by a 12.3-inch digital screen for the instrument cluster which then joins a second 14.9-inch screen for the infotainment, with both units contained in a curved floating panel. There’s also an available 31-inch screen with 8K resolution that descends from the roof to provide a theater-like experience for rear-seat passengers. It features built-in Amazon Fire TV.

A cool feature of the cabin is what BMW calls the Augmented View. This feature reproduces a live video stream of the front view via the instrument cluster, but with an overlay of relevant information, such as navigation instructions and even local parking regulations. Gesture control also features, alongside voice activation and physical controls. BMW also hired popular Hollywood composer Hans Zimmer to craft some of the sounds for the new 7-Series’ cabin.

2023 BMW 7-Series

2023 BMW 7-Series

2023 BMW 7-Series

2023 BMW 7-Series

2023 BMW 7-Series

2023 BMW 7-Series

The redesigned 7-Series is based on an updated version of the outgoing car’s CLAR platform, with the latest version capable of supporting multiple powertrain types. The i7 xDrive60 electric grade features a dual-motor all-wheel-drive system delivering a peak 536 hp and 549 lb-ft of torque, or enough for 0-60 mph acceleration in about 4.5 seconds. The top speed is capped at 149 mph. The battery has a usable capacity of 101.7 kilowatt-hours, which BMW estimates will deliver up to 300 miles of range.

The entry-level 740i features rear-wheel drive and is powered by a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-6 with a mild-hybrid setup. The inline-6 delivers a peak 375 hp and 383 lb-ft, though the torque figure can be increased to 398 lb-ft temporarily thanks to a mild-hybrid boost. Owners can expect a 0-60 mph time of about five seconds.

The 760i xDrive features all-wheel drive and is powered by BMW’s new 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V-8, also with a mild-hybrid setup on board. Thanks to 536 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque, this grade will sprint to 60 mph from rest in only 4.2 seconds.

Sadly, a V-12 option won’t be on the menu this time around.

2023 BMW i7

2023 BMW i7

When it comes to ride and handling, the redesigned 7-Series benefits from a wider track (up 1.9 inches at the front and 0.16 at the rear) compared to its predecessor, as well as standard air suspension with automatic self-levelling and adaptive dampers. All-wheel steering is also included (available on the 740i), as is active roll stabilization.

Also worth a mention is a new driver-assist feature known as the Highway Assistant. It can handle structurally separated roads at speeds up to 80 mph on its own, or double what was previously possible in a BMW, but the driver needs to monitor the road ahead and be ready to take back control at all times. This ranks the system at Level 2 on the SAE scale of self-driving capability, though BMW has hinted that the redesigned 7-Series will eventually feature Level 3 capability. This level means a car that can handle itself in set conditions, enabling the driver to let go of the steering wheel and even look away from the road briefly. However, it still requires the driver to be ready to take back control at a moment’s notice. BMW is developing its self-driving technology with Intel’s Mobileye division.

Pre-orders for the 2023 7-Series are now open. Full pricing information is as follows:

2023 BMW 740i — $94,295
2023 BMW 760i xDrive — $114,595
2023 BMW i7 xDrive60 — $120,295

All figures include a $995 destination charge.

For more on the BMW 7-Series, read the in-depth reviews at The Car Connection.

View Photos of the 2023 BMW 7-Series

The sedan has a polarizing design, is chock full of features, and will be available in six-cylinder 740i, V-8 760i, hybrid 750e, and electric i7 configurations.

Photography by BMW Published: Apr 20, 2022

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You know a car is extremely prestigious if it’s used in the presidential fleet. The sixth-generation 7 Series has been launched with fresh styling and a shape that blends in better with the rest of the BMW models. Initially launched in 1977, the first generation of 7 Series contained straight-6 petrol engines, while newer models are powered by 4.4-litre V8’s and 3.0-litre inline-six engines in petrol and diesel versions. Carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP), high-tensile steel and aluminium have been prominently used in the 7 series body structure to drop weight. Prominent improvements have also been made to the infotainment and driver assist systems.

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