2023 BMW i7-PRIMED FOR PERFORMANCE — The upcoming 2023 BMW i7 is bristling with promise as rumors have it that the all-electric and solar roof sleek car, which employs only OLED flat screens and carbon fiber panels, will actually be faster than the Gasoline M3. The BMW i7+’s base model has three modes: Paddle Shift Zero Emissions Mode (a very smoooth ride), Eco (targets a range of 502 miles) and Hybrid where one can enjoy a combined 456 horsepower. Available with faux walnut wood trimmings as an option.
The BMW 7 Series first debuted in 1978 as a four-door sedan that could compete with Mercedes and Jaguar. While the First Generation of the car was not entirely successful, the Second Generation, launched in 1988, was quick to gain popularity. The automaker revolutionized its Third Generation by offering styling and chassis updates. Over the next decade, the 7 Series went through several technological and cosmetic tweaks that have made it one of the most valuable BMW series.