composer Hans Zimmer He won two Oscars for the soundtrack to Dune and the Lion King, but we still don’t know if that’ll be enough to convince motorists to buy it. BMW i7 rather than a competitor. Sure, despite getting into one i7 It’s going to be a great musical experience, given that The sounds chosen to accompany the electric car are brand new And well thought out. The first impression, upon hearing them, is to be in a science fiction movie, and sometimes in a thriller from the future.
The soundtrack for the BMW i7 created by Zimmer has different tones depending on what is going on in the car. There are special tones for operation, for stage mode (passengers in the rear), for entering the passenger compartment. However, the more “exciting” ones are associated with different driving styles. The sound varies depending on what you choose in the My Modes menu and the opportunities available Personalized, Athletic, Efficient, Expressive, Relaxed. The sound intensity and frequency varies depending on the position of the accelerator pedal and lights.
Especially, Sport mode is the most enjoyable in terms of positive driving tension. The higher the dynamism, the more the electric sound feeds: and when all of the car’s 536 horsepower (744 Nm of torque) is released, the sound responds accordingly. in mode ExpressiveInstead, Zimmer has taken a little extra freedom in terms of melody, and that’s probably where we run into real science fiction. For those who are easily affected, driving this car this way at night may not be a pleasant experience. clearly Nobody dreams of comparing these sounds to an internal combustion enginebut it is undeniable that in the hypothetical future of electricity for all of us, music in the car could become more than just a technical whim.
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