All-new BMW X7 Revealed
BMW have revealed a new flagship model, launching the large and premium X7 SUV, with a luxurious interior and remarkable standard spec.
The 2019 BMW X7 has officially been unveiled, as the automaker enters the competitive premium SUV marketplace for the first time. BMW have revealed that the new model will offer striking exterior design, opulent cabin, a generous standard equipment list and sporty driving dynamics. It is also one of the largest models available, offering great versatility for passengers and vast amounts of space for luggage.
As the biggest car in the BMW model range, the new X7 measures in at 5.1 metres long, 2 metres wide and 1.8 metres tall. As a result the BMW X7 is one prominent premium SUVs on the road , that will be sure to demand road presence. Elsewhere the BMW X7 features a larger version of the brands kidney grille, larger windows, LED lights as standard, 20-inch wheels as standard. Optional 21-inch and 22-inch alloys are also available.
The interior of the X7 is perhaps the highlight, with a vastly spacious and luxurious cabin. Three rows of seats feature, with enough room for seven occupants. The second row can be configured to two standalone seats that feature all of the adjustments of the driver and front passenger seat, though this results in a decreased occupancy of six. 1,376 litres of cargo space is available, increasing to 2,560 litres with seats folded.
The dashboard features a modern refresh to the BMW design, with a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster behind the steering wheel, alongside a central 12.3-inch infotainment system. Climate control can be tailored to four different zones as standard, which can be upgraded to five zones. Driver assistance equipment includes Blind Spot Detection, Lane Departure Warning, Collision Warning, Pedestrian warning and plenty more.
Two diesel powertrains will be available at launch - the xDrive30d and M50d - alongside a single xDrive40i petrol. Every variant of the BMW X7 will use four-wheel drive as standard and be paired with an eight-speed automatic gearbox. The entry level xDrive30d has a 265bhp output, whilst the performance M50d reaches 400bhp. The later of which achieves 0-62mph in just 5.4 seconds.
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