BMW is eyeing on dominating the electric market by launching a long list of electric vehicles including the BMW iX3, BMW i4, and iNext, as well as, next-generation BMW 5 Series and 7 Series saloons could be among them. The all-electric powered BMW 7-Series is famously and renowned known as the BMW i7, and more and more developments are underway.
BMW sources suggest the battery pack capacity may range from 80-kWh to 120 kWh. This enthusiast the future i7 could offer a range of 700 kilometers or 434 miles on a single charge that is simply amazing and unbreakable at large for its competitors.
Some experts suggested the BMW i7 could be offered with varying electric motors. The range-topping variant is said to have two electric motors which would give the model all-wheel drive as well as the combined output of around 650 hp. These 5-series and 7-Series are planned to be offered with petrol, diesel, and hybrid powertrains. While the addition of pure electric variants, BMW will effectively cover all of the bases. The model will go into production in late 2021 or early 2022.
It is expected to be launched as the fully-electric variant of the current-gen model, the i7 will be formally launched after the next-gen BMW 7 Series goes on sale. After the 7 Series workout, BMW is planning to work on bringing a fully electric version of the 5 Series, in a bid to follow the growing market trend of EVs. With growing trends and needs of diverting fuel economy to electric power, BMW has already planned to develop an all-electric series, not just one, but various in numbers to reach out to prospective customers and share the market share with its rivals in electric vehicle manufacturing industry.