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The New 2023 BMW 7 Series Deserves its Flagship Status

The new 2023 BMW 7 Series is an incredible display of luxury technology and modern design | Source: BMWBlog

BMW’s 2023 7 Series is reminding everyone why it deserves its flagship status.

Celebrating its 45th anniversary of this year, the latest G70 generation is the most sophisticated and technologically advanced BMW ever developed.

Arriving next year, the new 2023 BMW 7 Series is stacked with luxury technology, crafted in a new design and will be available in four different configurations: a six-cylinder 740i, V-8 760i, hybrid 750e, and electric i7.

The crowning jewels are the M Performance models, the new 2023 BMW M760e and its lesser electrified brother the M750e.

As a tuned version of the 7 Series and the first M Performance model to feature a plug-in hybrid, the M760e delivers 571 hp via a turbocharged three liter inline-six engine. It’s joined by an electric motor producing a temporary 40 hp.

Paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission, it’ll power the luxury sedan from 0-100 km/h in 4.3 seconds and up to a top of 250 km/h. Running just on the electric motor and with a fully charged battery pack, it’ll also be able to travel up to 84 km.

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2023 BMW M760e | Source: BMWBlog

The other M Performance variant, the slightly less powerful M750e, produces 490hp that delivers a more labored 0-100 km/h time of 4.9 seconds.

The 2023 BMW 7 Series will only arrive in long-wheelbase form and gets a bolder design with split headlights in a quad formation, a mean-looking kidney grille and smoother rear end.

There’s also a quad exhaust system, a two-tone paint job, alloy wheels and sleeker door handles that all bolster an impressively striking look that doesn’t immediately feel too edgy on the eye.

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Inside it’s what you’d expect from BMW’s most luxurious offering: a plush cabin and futuristic technology.

The most dramatic change is the lack of physical buttons in favor of a minimalist aesthetic. A screen-dominated dashboard features a 14.9 inch center display housing BMW’s iDrive eight system and a digital instrument cluster. Even the doors get 5.5 inch screens that have controls for the seats, ambient lighting, sunblinds, and entertainment system.

Step into the rear compartment and find the ultimate luxury: a 31.3 inch theater screen. Not only does the touchscreen support 8K resolution but it also allows users to play videos, games, download apps and listen to music while all folding neatly away into the ceiling when not in use.

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Inside the 2023 BMW M760e | Source: BMWBlog

The new BMW flagship will be on sale from November in the United States and an even more powerful M Performance model, the i7 M70, is scheduled to arrive later next year with a massive 660 hp.

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