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This article was updated on 8/2/2022 with the latest vehicle information.

With its impressive combination of world-class performance, state-of-the-art technologies, and high-level luxury, the BMW 7 Series provides an exhilarating driving experience. With a thorough redesign for the 2023 model year, the BMW 7 Series looks to get even better. Find out what we know so far about the release date, price, and specs of the 2023 BMW 7 Series.

When will the 2023 BMW 7 Series be available?

A rendering of a black 2023 BMW 7 Series sedan with illuminated grille option and split headlights.
The redesigned 2023 BMW 7 Series | BMW

As reported by AutoBlog, the production of the 2023 BMW 7 Series is slated to start later in 2022. As a result, the 2023 BMW 7 Series will likely hit roads in early 2023. The all-new 2023 7 Series will be available for sale in the United States, as well as in international markets.

How much does the 2023 BMW 7 Series cost?

The starting price of the 2023 740i and 760i xDrive is $93,300 MSRP. The 2023 i7 xDrive60 is $113,600 starting MSRP.

2023 BMW 7 Series specs: Gas-powered, hybrid, and all-electric powertrains

2023 BMW i7, the next-generation all-electric 7 Series, driving on a mountain road
2023 BMW i7, the next-generation all-electric 7 Series | The Wheel Network via Youtube

Buyers of the 2023 BMW 7 Series have no shortage of powertrains options. The 2023 7 Series will be available with gas-powered, hybrid, and all-electric powertrains.

Tuned by BMW’s high-performance M division, the 2023 M750e xDrive PHEV (plug-in hybrid) combines a B58 3.0-liter inline-six engine with an electric motor. With power channeled to all four wheels, it generates an output of 560 hp. The 745 xDrive, a similar model but without the M badging, generates 480 hp.

At the lowest end of the output spectrum, the base-level 2023 BMW 735i produces 270 hp. The 735i will be the only 2023 BMW 7 Series model with rear-wheel drive. After that is the BMW 740i xDrive. Its B58 3.0-liter inline-six engine generates 370 hp. For the BMW 750i, its S68 twin-turbo V8 engine delivers 535 hp.

The 2023 BMW 7 Series will also offer all-electric models for its i7 model lineup. This includes the BMW i740, i750, and i7 M60 trims. The output of the electric i7 trims ranges from 480 to 650 hp.

New design for the 2023 BMW 7 Series


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BMW highlights several features as part of the dramatic redesign for 2023. The 2023 7 Series borrows design cues from BMW’s electric push, including such models as the i4, iX, and XM

For the front, the 7 Series is similar to the iX in that it has split headlights next to a large kidney grille, which has an available lighted grille option. Also offered are Crystal Headlights for increased clarity, day or night.

At the side of the luxury sedan, the doors feature flush handles with push-button open and close functions. At the rear, the license plate moves from the trunk to the bumper. 

Inside the cabin, the 2023 7 Series has a new infotainment system with a massive, curved screen. Like the iX, the 7 Series will have Natural Interaction gesture control. It will also feature an upgraded Bowers & Wilkins sound system.

There will also be a new set of wheel designs available up to 21 inches.

This article was updated on 8/2/2022 with the latest vehicle information.