Autoblog has published the first photos of the interior of the new generation BMW 7-Series.
The official premiere of the new BMW 7-Series will take place in 2022, but the prototypes are promised to be declassified already this year. Judging by the photos presented, the sedan will have at least two large screens on the front panel, and the seat has an unusual stitching pattern.
Only a few details peep out from under the camouflage of the prototype of the new BMW 7-Series. The dashboard screen looks standard with a 12.3-inch diagonal. But the center display is larger: perhaps 14 inches in it. It is not yet clear whether there will be another touch panel for climate control below.
The steering wheel of the new BMW 7-Series features a very compact center section and double lower spoke. The keys on the side are most likely touch-sensitive. The armchair in brown leather attracts with its non-standard stitching pattern. The integrated headrest base is likely to house the rear passenger media display.