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BMW is in a full electrified onslaught that includes the brand’s largest sedan, the 7-Series. The i7 offers all the luxury of the regular 7 Series, but in a unique, all-electric package. Initially, it was available with a dual motor set-up making 536 hp. Now joining the lineup is a rear-wheel drive version called the eDrive50.

The i7 brought in a new design direction for BMW’s more premium vehicles as well.

2024 BMW I7 EDrive50 First Drive Review: One is Enough

The 2024 BMW i7 eDrive50 promises a mix of tradition and cutting-edge.

We’re big fans of the electrified version of the Bavarian limo. The slab-sided sedan has an utterly unique personality in contrast to the default-choice S-Class. Those imposing looks and the fantastic cabin combine for flagship that feels truly modern—almost brutally so.

Those wanting a bit of traditional feel though—simply quick instead of organ-flattening, and with just the one powered axle—should give this new eDrive50 trim a serious look.

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2024 BMW I7 M70 Review: First Drive

The BMW i7 needed extra power the same way I needed an extra scoop of ice cream for dessert.

It isn’t necessary, but what we want rarely is. The 2024 BMW i7 M70 is all about want, because for some buyers, only the best will do. Like the M760i before it, this all-electric sedan is a stormingly quick luxo-barge, one that asks for a lot more coin for a little more speed.

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2023 BMW i7 First Drive Review

The power doors of the 2023 BMW i7 are a stark demonstration of what luxury truly is.

Not the car’s in-cabin tech, church-like silence, or tremendous amounts of power. The slight delay that comes with opening and closing this flagship sedan is the luxury of time. It’s a high roller feature that’s infuriating those of us driving the car in the mountains south of Palm Springs for work. But it’s also why the car will no doubt be a massive hit with those buyers who have that luxury that only large sums of money can buy.

BMW’s 7 Series is all-new for 2023, and a key part of that is the electric i7. Not a distinct chassis: the i7 shares a platform and everything that comes with it with the 7. And the 7 is a big deal for BMW. Even with the launch of the X7 crossover, this car is clearly still a pinnacle of the brand’s lineup.

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Detailed Specs

MotorSingle Motor / Dual Motor
Power449 hp / 536 hp
TorqueTBD / 549 lb-ft.
DrivetrainRWD / AWD
TransmissionSingle-Speed Automatic
Efficiency (city/hwy)81-87 MPGe / 85-92 MPGe
Cargo Capacity11.4 cu ft. Staff Staff

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