Nigerian car dealer shows off the massive 31-inch “Theater Screen” in all-new 2023 BMW 7-Series (740i) ultra-luxury sedan.
31-inch screen with 8K display is designed to descends from the roof for rear-seat passengers as shown in the video shared.
The screen transforms the rear seats into a private cinema lounge to watch favourite movies and shows on the road.
BMW in April announced that 7-Series owners can now enjoy Bundesliga In-Car App content on the “Theater Screen”.
A Nigerian car dealer has shown off the ultra-wide “Theater Screen” that comes with a brand new 2023 BMW 7-Series (740i) sedan. According to the caption on the video shared, the flagship ultra-luxury sedan is up for sale.
The all-new BMW 7-Series, which made its debut on April 20th last year, comes with a front dominated by a large grille, a controversial feature that comes “illuminated” on the electric i7 variant.
But the most impressive features on the 7 Series are the massive Sky Lounge Panoramic Glass Roof and a 31-inch screen with 8K display, which descends from the roof for rear-seat passengers as shown in the video shared.
Available as an option, the massive 31.3 inch, 8K display ‘Cinema’ screen transforms the rear of its interior into a private cinema lounge to watch your favourite movies and shows on the road.
Recall that in April, BMW announced that 7 Series owners can now enjoy the Bundesliga In-Car App content on the 31.3-inch BMW Theatre Screen, which practically turns the rear seats in the BMW 7 Series into front-row seats in the stadium.
The white 740i ultra-luxury sedan shown off in this video is one of several variants of the all-new BMW 7-Series, including the 750i, 760i xDrive and the all-electric i7 xDrive60.
740i is powered by a 3.0-liter inline 6-cylinder BMW TwinPower Turbo petrol engine, which produces 375 horsepower and 398 lb-ft, allowing the sedan to accelerate to 60 mph in 5.2 seconds and a limited top-speed of 155 mph (250km/h)