I recently watched an action-packed film starring Pom Klementieff and a sleek BMW i7 M70 xDrive. Klementieff portrayed a skilled secret agent who had to make her way to a meeting in Cannes while fighting off an assassination attempt. 

BMW i7

She eventually met up with another agent, played by Uma Thurman, and together they tackled the dangerous mission. The BMW i7 M70 xDrive added excitement to the film with its impressive all-electric performance. Overall, it was a thrilling ride.

BMW has recently unveiled the remarkable technology behind the i7, which includes gesture controls and a massive 31.3-inch screen that folds down from the headliner. “The Calm” debuted in the back of i7 sedans during the Cannes Film Festival in France, showcasing the car’s features in style.


Driver Assist

The driver-assist technology in the film was taken to the extreme, with a scene featuring a secret agent fighting off an assassin while the car is in “auto-drive” mode, moving along autonomously without any need for monitoring. However, it’s important to note that such technology is currently out of stock in production cars.

Expected to hit the U.S. market in 2024, the i70 M70 is the most powerful 7-Series model available, whether gasoline or electric. With its dual-motor all-wheel-drive powertrain generating 650 hp, the car can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds and has a top speed of 155 mph. 


BMW Engineers

BMW M engineers have also added an M-specific air suspension with adjustable damping and automatic levelling, a stiffer body shell, and active anti-roll bars for a sportier ride.

BMW Films, which started in 2001, showcases the automaker’s top vehicles in short films using talented actors. “The Hire,” the initial series of eight short films, featured Clive Owen as an anonymous driver, and an additional movie called “The Escape,” also starring Owen, was released in 2016.


Source: Motorauthority

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