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Enough of SUVs and MPVs as sedans and hatchbacks also have their own followers. Come 2023 and there are a number of brand-new sedans and hatchbacks that are Malaysia-bound. As the year goes by, we predict that there are roughly 7 new sedans and hatchbacks that Malaysians can look forward to. 2023 Perodua Axia Kicking this list off is the 2023 Perodua Axia. Codenamed D74A, this new A-segment hatchback will most likely be underpinned by the tried-and-tested DNGA platform, as well as featuring a Du
The all-electric (EV) BMW i7 has been spotted once again in Kuala Lumpur. The unit seen here is in the M Sport guise with gloss black treatment on the exterior. Note that the BMW i7 is not launched in Malaysia yet and these units are part of BMW Malaysia's fleet for internal use and evaluation purposes. As the xDrive60 badge denotes, the powertrain consists of two electric motors on the front and rear axle, giving it all-wheel drive (AWD) capability, and outputs 544 PS/745 Nm. 0-100 km/h sprint
When the G12 generation BMW 7 Series was launched in 2016, many remarked that on the back of the car’s Touch Command Tablet, the Samsung logo is clearly seen. Clearly, it was an intentional product placement agreement. Back then, Samsung wasn’t seen as a brand that is on par with BMW (or Apple). Actually, Samsung’s partnership with BMW started many years earlier, in 2009. The first commercially ready product of their partnership was the 2013 BMW i3. The carbon fibre chassis electric hatchback wa
The BMW i7 is expected to make its official launch in Malaysia soon, as the car has been spotted on the road and registration of interest has been open since mid-2022. Just a little refresher, BMW i7 is the all-electric (EV) version of G70 BMW 7 Series. The BMW i7 integrated into the 7 Series range unlike Mercedes-Benz with a separate EQ range. In terms of exterior, the BMW i7 is nearly identical to the G70 7 Series, save for the optional blue accents. Also read: 14 photos comparing the G70 BMW
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BMW i7 2023 has 116 images and photos, includes 39 interior images & photos, 77 exterior images & photos, 0 images of BMW i7 engine and others. Check out at the front view, rear view, side and top view of new BMW i7 2023 here.
BMW i7 2023 has total 5 color options in Malaysia: , , , , .
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