2023 BMW 7 Series Full Review
There has been an interesting update regarding the 2023 BMW 7 Series. Since the brand is very serious about preparing the new futuristic aspect, they don’t want to reveal much. Several spyshots have been released on the net about the camouflage prototype going through the testing phase. It is interesting what the result was recently revealed.
2023 BMW 7 Series Prototype model
Although the new 2023 BMW 7 Series still wears its heavy hood, the headlights are more pronounced. It remains unclear whether Beamer plans to do so or not. The “flash” headlights have given us a better understanding of just how unconventional the whole setup can be. At first glance, the new 2023 BMW 7 Series appears to come with split headlights and also separate LED daytime running lights on the top bar. The main and main block will be installed at the bottom (in the front bumper), and it seems to have two lighting units (designed for the lower beam) placed in a rectangle.
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2023 BMW 7 Series Design
As if the funky arrangement wasn’t weird enough, the license plate placement is weird. It looks unusually low, almost at the bottom of the bumper. Their previous test vehicles prevented them from sitting too close, and they almost made contact with the road. This kind of design made people wonder what the whole design is about.
Additionally, Beemer does not appear to be making its network any smaller. The kidney grille is still majestic and menacing, and even surpasses the current model. It also looks like the front will be sharper and lower, inspired by the eighth-series E31. On the side, the profile appears to show recessed knobs (doors) they’ve shared with other recent Beemer models. But in case you didn’t know, the fake white knobs are actually fakes. They are just stickers.
At the back of the car there are some visible areas that reveal the true color. It is a dark blue shade. If you look closely, you can also see in the upper corner of the front bumper where there are some shades of color. The taillights of the car have an encapsulated look because they have this flowing, continuous design on the side, potentially connecting in the middle of the tailgate. The prototype looks like it’s hiding an LED light strip.
2023 BMW 7 Series power and performance
For the 2023 BMW 7 Series, it plans to use the updated CLAR platform improvement. This platform has been “modified” and well tested to be compatible with diesel, gas, plug-in hybrid and even all-electric modes. They won’t use the regular V12 unit, but they should have figured out a way to replace it. Many are confident the company has found the right replacement for its smooth M760i twin-turbo 6.6-liter unit, with better fuel economy and lower emissions as well.
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2023 BMW 7 Series Exterior and Interior
It’s the exterior that is undergoing massive changes (hopefully with a better look and design). But they will also upgrade the interior. Expect new technologies and more features packed into the ride. This upcoming car will get the latest version of the iDrive 8, which has side-by-side screens built into the (slightly) curved and single-body chassis.
There is no information about the price and release date. But it will likely launch sometime in 2022; Maybe near the end. The 2023 BMW 7 Series will likely come after the launch of the 3rd Series, but before the 5th Series.