2022 BMW X7: Bold new seven-seat luxury SUV revealed
The refreshed BMW X7 has been revealed in full. The updated styling showcases the latest BMW design language, a new M Performance model, plus hybrid technology.
BMW X7 fast facts
- Interior revisions include BMW Curved Display and ambient light bar
- New six- and eight-cylinder engines with 48V mild hybrid technology
- Light-alloy wheels available up to 23 inches, a first for BMW
- Choice of Excellence, M Sport and M Performance versions
- Priced from £80,980
BMW X7 styling
When viewed from the side, large window surfaces and the long, dynamically flowing roofline steer the eye to the spacious, light-filled interior of the new BMW X7.
The updated front-end design showcases BMW's signature kidney grille to prominent effect. The "Iconic Glow" BMW kidney grille which is standard across the range.
Standard specification brings roof rails with an aluminium satin finish for the BMW X7 xDrive40i and BMW X7 xDrive40d Excellence models or in High-gloss Black for the M Sport and M60i xDrive models.
The new X7 sees 23in light-alloy wheels made available as a factory fit option for the first time.
BMW X7 interior and tech
The spaciousness of the new BMW X7 can be enjoyed across three rows of seats. The second row seats three passengers as standard or two in individual seats as an option.
The BMW Curved Display is made up of a 12.3in information display behind the steering wheel and a control display with a 14.9in screen diagonal. The two screens merge into one fully digital and high-resolution display unit behind a single glass surface.
As well as the Sport leather steering wheel with gearshift paddles, four-zone automatic climate control, ambient lighting, panoramic glass sunroof, Harman/Kardon audio, heated comfort seats for the driver and front passenger and Comfort Access, standard equipment also includes a tray for wireless charging of compatible mobile phones.
BMW X7 drivetrains
The new BMW X7 will launch with a choice of three state-of-the-art engines from the new modular generation of the BMW Group Efficient Dynamics family. The range is headed by a new 4.4-litre petrol V8 for the BMW X7 M60i xDrive. Joining it are newly-developed 3.0-litre, six-cylinder in-line units in the petrol BMW X7 xDrive40i and diesel BMW X7 xDrive40d.
Electrification in the form of 48V mild hybrid technology gives all engines enhanced power development and increased efficiency. In the new BMW X7 xDrive40i, the mild hybrid system is also used to provide purely electric driving at very low speeds. As a result, it comes with an acoustic pedestrian protection system.
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