Shoppers of luxury SUVs will soon be treated to a whole new model: the 2019 BMW X7, the largest SUV BMW has ever built. In addition to the cavernous interior, the 2019 BMW X7 offers outstanding performance, impressive off-road and off-road capabilities and the latest technologies BMW has to offer.
At the front of the 2019 BMW X7 are also new adaptive LED headlights, fog lights and extra large air intakes. On the side it is boxy and boxy, which should always have good headroom from the front to the back. The rear wheels of the car are broken by a horizontal chrome strip, and between the two exhaust pipes and the car is a 21-inch alloy wheel. There is a standard three-piece panoramic glass roof with glass elements on the front, middle and back.
In the car, the design of the 2019 BMW X7 is refined with high-quality materials and processed well. The dashboard consists of a digital 12.3-inch dashboard and a large infotainment screen in the middle. A large number of controls have also been installed in the center console, including the iDrive controller, the redesigned shifter and the controls that can be made in different materials. The “Sky Lounge” panorama roof now has LED lighting distributed evenly across the glass surfaces, illuminating more than 15,000 graphic patterns and creating a screen reminiscent of a starry sky. BMW comes as standard with four-zone automatic air conditioning and additional third-row air vents. There is also an interior lighting system with six different color options that can also change the color when the door is open or a call comes in. A ten-speaker hi-fi speaker is standard, while the optional Harman Kardon surround sound system has 16 speakers. The optional Rear-Seat Entertainment Professional system consists of a pair of 10.2-inch Full HD touch screens, a Blu-ray compatible DVD player, two USB ports, an HDMI port and two headphone ports. The third row of seats has access to two more USB ports. There’s also Apple CarPlay and Android auto compatibility, and the BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant, which can be controlled with voice commands like “Hey BMW, I feel tired”, triggers a program that adjusts the lighting mood, music and temperature so that the driver feels more alert.
The 2019 BMW X7 is equipped with the 3.0-liter six-cylinder twin-turbo engine that generates 335 hp and 330 lb-ft of torque. The SUV can drive from 0-60 km / h in 5.8 seconds. The X7 is powered by a 4.4-liter V8 TwinPower turbo engine that delivers 479 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque, with a time of just 5.2 seconds. Both engines are connected to the eight-speed Steptronic transmission. The BMW X7 can pull up to 7,500 pounds.
The 2019 BMW X7 will be available for sale from April 2019 and OTR prices start at £ 72,155.