Just because the X7 is BMW"s largest SUV, it does not mean that the Bavarian car maker will disappoint its future owners in terms of handling.
Therefore, these tests, which make it at the Nürburgring, a place where it is not normally expected to find large seven-seater models like the X7.
However, underneath all this camouflage is a stretched version of the BMW CLAR platform that has already been deployed in the service of the new 7- and 5-series models and will eventually launch the all-new X5 and even 3 series in the near future To underwrite
The fact that the upcoming X7 will have three lines of sitting and being over 5 meters in length means that it should be a particularly attractive offer for both US and Chinese buyers. Once it meets Showrooms, the X7 is expected to compete with the Mercedes-Benz GLS or Range Rover, but something like a Lincoln Navigator.
The power supply of the X7 should be a series of gasoline Just like diesel units (depending on the market), with a four-cylinder version one possibility, but only in PHEV form. According to AMS the X7 got the new Twin-Turbo-V8, which is to debut in the next BMW M5, which could be used for an X7 M model if BMW at the challenge of the Mercedes-AMG GLS 63 directly.
As for looks and tech, we expect the X7 to deviate from the X5, though not significantly. There should be, however, all the latest on-board gadgets currently in the 7 Series and 5 Series models – which would turn it into one of the technologically advanced full-size SUVs in the world.
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PHOTO GALLERY. The new BMW X7 is expected to arrive next year,