Chabé is the first chauffeur operator to receive the new BMW i7 in the UK, ahead of the rest of the market.
Chabé can now offer to its clients a fully electric luxury saloon which combines revolutionary technology, an all-electric performance and a unique interior ambiance with a new design.
Engineering, digital innovation, aesthetics, comfort and agility are the strong points of the new BMW i7. It offers a multi-sensory digital experience, with all digital display passenger controls integrated within the interior door trim. The Excellence Pro version received by Chabé also integrates a theatre screen, allowing the rear passengers to indulge and relax on long journeys.
On the exterior this vehicle exhibits unique iconic glow crystal headlights for the first time, with integrated LED technology. In addition, the vehicle has a class leading boot space sufficient for two large suitcases which is class leading for luxury saloons.
To celebrate its arrival, Chabé London is showcasing the i7 to its clients across many sectors and industries including luxury brands, 5 star-hotels, private equity, banks and embassies.
The arrival of this game-changing car is fully aligned with Chabe’s commitment to electrify its fleet. Moreover, it increases the level of luxury and guest experience required to serve the most discerning clients at the top end of the market.
Lee Connolly, National Specialist Sales Manager at BMW UK, said : “I am delighted that Chabé is the first company to take delivery of the new all electric BMW i7. The i7 is our first fully electric, premium luxury saloon – it’s opulent interior and immersive technology will ensure the needs of the Chauffeur Market are met.”
David Bruce of Chabé Limited added : “We are thrilled to take receipt of our very first BMW i7. The reception by our clients and chauffeurs has been amazing. More and more clients are demanding fully electric vehicles and the i7 allows us to deliver that without compromise to a luxury guest experience – this will be the first of many BMW i7s to arrive onto the Chabé fleet in London and across the Continent.”