This winter test was primarily aimed at improving the durability of the car’s dynamic features, suspension components and electric drive.
In addition to durability, BMW also revealed that the i7 and BMW 7 Series in the future will be designed to improve the balance between sporty and driving comfort.
As usual, during the winter testing the BMW i7 was still wearing heavy camouflage.
The camouflage covers many of the car’s exterior features including the Kidney Grille, headlight design and taillight design.
Now that has the potential to be on this i7 is the distinctive blue color accent of the BMW i that surrounds the Kidney Grille.
Then if you look at the silhouette, BMW still maintains a familiar design that feels like any other 7 Series.
This is very different from other luxury sedan electric car design trends that tend to be futuristic, such as the Mercedes-Benz EQS or Lucid Air.
Unfortunately, BMW has not provided specifications or an exact date for the official launch of its flagship electric sedan.
But BMW says it is ready to present the BMW i7 in “the coming year” with strong potential in 2022.