The large BMW 7-Series sedan, which premiered on April 20, received its first special version. A variant called First Edition, featuring the maximum set of equipment, was prepared for the Japanese market.
The main feature of the BMW 7-Series interior in the performance of the First Edition was a huge 31.3-inch display with a resolution of 8K in the rear of the cabin. Passengers can control the functionality of the media system using special 5.5-inch tablets integrated into the doors.
In addition, the standard equipment includes rear seats with heating, ventilation, and massage functions, a panoramic roof, as well as a Bowers & Wilkins audio system with 40 speakers.
In Japan, BMW’s flagship sedan in the First Edition version will be available with a 3.0-liter gasoline six-cylinder twin-turbo engine developing 380 hp and 520 Nm of torque. In addition, the model is offered in an all-electric modification of the i7 with two units, totaling 544 forces and 744-newton meters. Such a sedan gains an “a hundred” in 4.7 seconds, and its maximum speed is forcibly limited to 240 km/h.
Prices for the gasoline version of the flagship sedan will start at 17.2 million yen, and the i7 electric car will cost at least 19 million yen.