MIL-OSI Translation: BMW International Open: The first all-electric BMW 7 Series in history is the Hole-in-One Award 2022.

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Source: BMW Group The first ace on the 17th hole is rewarded with the revolutionary BMW i7 World’s first fully-fledged luxury sedan with 100% electric drive Range of more than 600 kilometers BMW i7 is manufactured at the Dingolfing plant Visitors to the BMW International Open can experience the BMW i7 Experience Munich in a show room. In addition to the hunt for a prestigious title, the first round of the BMW International Open also opens the hunt for the BMW Hole-in-One Award – and this year it is a luxury sedan that is the first of its kind: the BMW i7 ( Combined power consumption according to WLTP: 19.6 – 18.4 kWh/100 km; CO2 emissions: 0 g/km; Information according to NEDC: -). The first ace on the 17th hole (par 3, 176 meters) is rewarded with the first all-electric BMW 7 Series in history. With the BMW i7, the BMW Group is leading the luxury segment into a new one characterized by innovations in the areas of sustainability and digitization Era. The global market launch of the new BMW 7 Series begins in November 2022. 45 years after the debut of the BMW 7 Series, the seventh model generation is also being produced at the BMW Group plant in Dingolfing. There, the model variants with a purely electric drive, with a combustion engine and with a plug-in hybrid system are produced on a common assembly line. The electric motors and high-voltage batteries for the BMW i7 are also manufactured in Dingolfing. Just like in Dingolfing, green electricity is being used to a continuously increasing extent in production in the supply chain. In addition, a controlled selection of raw materials and the extensive use of secondary material ensure that the new BMW 7 Series makes its own contribution to achieving the company’s ambitious sustainability goals.In Europe, the market launch will initially only include the purely electric BMW i7 xDrive60. It is powered by two electric motors, which together generate an output of 400 kW/544 hp, and has numerous innovations that increase its range to values of 590 to 625 kilometers (WLTP). In the 33-year tournament history of the BMW International Open the BMW Hole-in-One Award has been won eight times. In the four tournaments held in Cologne, one pro each year had the decisive ace: Andrew Marshall (ENG, 2012, BMW 640i Gran Coupé), James Heath (ENG, 2014, BMW i8), Richie Ramsay (SCO, 2016, BMW M760Li xDrive) and Aaron Rai (ENG, 2018, BMW i8 Roadster) were the names of the shooters. Fans and successful players have also been able to celebrate the perfect shot four times at the Munich Eichenried Golf Club: the first awarded hole-in-one vehicle of tournament history was a BMW 325i Convertible that Jay Townsend (USA) took home in 1991. Raphaël Jacquelin from France secured a BMW Z8 ten years later. His compatriot Jean-François Lucquin won a BMW 535i in 2020. Most recently, Gaganjeet Bhullar from India was able to celebrate, he won a BMW M8 Competition Coupé in 2019.

The new BMW i7 xDrive60*. Combined consumption according to WLTP: 19.6 – 18.4 kWh/100 km,Combined consumption according to NEDC: – ,Range: 590 – 625 km according to WLTP*All driving performance, consumption and emission values are preliminary figures.

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