It is available in a choice of three variants – the xDrive30d DPE Signature (seven-seat), xDrive30d DPE Signature and the xDrive40i M Sport.
The BMW X7 was launched in India on July 2019.
BMW offers two engine options with the SUV. First up, there is a 2,993cc, inline, six-cylinder, twin-turbocharged diesel engine capable of developing 261bhp and 620Nm. Secondly, the range-topper M Sport gets a 2,998cc, six-cylinder, bi-turbo petrol unit that makes 335bhp and 450Nm. They are both mated to an eight-speed Steptronic Sport automatic transmission.
Exterior and Design
The massive SUV bears the typical X family design but with a touch of elegance. Besides, the X7 features BMW Laserlight with selective beam and adaptive headlights function, aluminium running board, BMW Individual roof rails, electronically controlled split tailgate, soft-closing doors and 21-inch wheels.
Interior and Features
The lavish interior wears expensive Vernasca leather in either Coffee and Black or Cognac and Black. Moreover, BMW has used Sensatec synthetic leather for the fascia and Velour floor mats. In addition, there are electronically operated front seats with ventilation and heating functions, five-zone temperature control and two 12.3-inch screens with BMW Live Cockpit Professional.
There is adaptive air suspension, a panoramic glass roof with light graphic composed of over 15,000 light elements, front temperature-controlled cup holders, BMW Display key, head-up display, 16-speaker Harman Kardon sound system, two 10.2-inch high-definition screen for the rear-seat passengers and reversing assistant.
Black Sapphire Metallic, Mineral White Metallic, Arctic Grey Brilliant Effect Metallic, Phytonic Blue Metallic, Alpine White, Carbon Black, Frozen Arctic Grey Metallic.
The X7 can accommodate five or seven passengers, depending on the variant.
The X7 takes on the Audi Q7, Mercedes-Benz GLS, Land Rover Range Rover and the Volvo XC90.