BMW 7-Series launched globally, has a similar design to Vinfast cars
The new generation BMW 7-Series has just been launched globally with a design somewhat similar to the Vietnamese sedan.
The BMW 7-Series 2023 as well as the i7 reuses the most controversial point of the newly launched X7 facelift, which is the small clustered front headlights located on both sides of the giant radiator, hidden door handles or thick chrome blocks on the C-pillar. where the Bavarian brand’s iconic Hofmeister bezel is located.
Compared to the old generation, the new 7-Series has increased in size by 39%, the car has a length of up to 5,400 mm (an increase of 126 mm) and a wheelbase of 3,200 mm (an increase of 5 mm). As a result, the luggage compartment volume of the vehicle increased from 515 liters to 541 liters. If you want a really sporty texture for your BMW 7-Series, users should look to the M Sport package or the M Sport Professional Package that adds many elements such as a rear spoiler or high-performance brakes. blue or black.
In the cockpit, this large luxury sedan is equipped with an independent curved screen on the dashboard, a combination of a digital dashboard and a touchscreen infotainment screen. And yet, on the dashboard, there is also an Interaction Bar touch strip, which both provides interior lighting and displays virtual buttons to adjust many of the car’s features. Similar to rival Mercedes-Benz S-Class, the 7th generation BMW 7-Series also has a 5G connection system for passengers to watch videos on apps like YouTube, as long as the car is… stationary.
In the center console, the car has a new gear lever with a smaller size, similar to the BMW X7 2023. Besides, BMW also added a 5.5-inch touch screen in the armrest on the rear door to Passengers use vehicle features such as making phone calls.
The BMW 7-Series is a car aimed at owners, so the interior is also focused on the rear seats. Here, we will see the eye-catching highlight is the 31-inch Theater Screen on the ceiling. As an optional equipment, this screen provides “mobile theater” for rear passengers.
When passengers activate Theater mode, the rear compartment will immediately turn into a personal theater. At this time, the car’s 4K screen will be lowered, the sunshades will be raised, the seats and interior lighting system will be adjusted to bring the most enjoyment. The rear seats can be reclined 42.5 degrees for maximum passenger comfort.
The car is equipped with an I6 gasoline engine block supported by a 48V hybrid system, for a capacity of 375 horsepower and 540 Nm of torque. In addition, there is also a version equipped with a V8 engine, for a capacity of 536 horsepower and 750 Nm and defaults to using a full-time 2-wheel drive system.
The V12 engine no longer appears in the pure BMW 7-Series lineup is equipped with 2 parallel electric motors on 2 axles for a capacity of 536 horsepower and 744 Nm of torque. Although the production process of the BMW 7-Series 2023 is up to 39% lower in carbon emissions than the previous generation, the vehicle size in contrast increases when the vehicle length increases sharply by 126mm (total 5.4 meters), which means with the BMW 7-Series 2023 is usually as long as the LWB version of its predecessor. However, the actual vehicle wheelbase increased by a small amount (5 mm).
BMW 7-Series 2023 also promises to bring comfort to users with standard adaptive dampers and air suspension. Rear-wheel steering, active anti-roll and Driving Assistance Professional Package are optional equipment. BMW proudly claims that the car can drive itself at speeds up to 130 km / h with the addition of the Driving Assistance Professional Package.
The lowest version of the BMW 7-Series 2023 lineup is the 740i with a starting price of $ 93,300, equivalent to more than 2.1 billion. The top version is the 760i xDrive priced at 113,600 USD, equivalent to 2.6 billion VND. And the most advanced version of this flagship sedan is nothing but pure electric i7 priced at 119,300 USD, equivalent to more than 2.7 billion VND.
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