The global launch of the new X7 will begin in March, 2019.
The German luxury car manufacturer has unveiled the 2019 BMW X7 SUV that’s claimed to have a blend of “lavish presence, exclusivity and spaciousness with versatile and agile driving properties”. Production of the SUV will take place at BMW’s Spartanburg plan in the USA. The global launch of the new X7 has been scheduled for March, 2019. Check Out – 2018 BMW X3 Petrol Price & Pictures
Compared to the BMW X6, the 2018 BMW X7 is slightly longer (9-inch) and shorter (3-inch). The overall length, width and height of the vehicle measure 5151mm, 2000mm and 1805mm respectively. Interestingly, the X7 is the company’s first SUV to feature three-rows of seats. Its boot capacity stand at 326-litre that can be further expand up to 2120-litre by folding two rows of seats. It has a wheelbase of 3150mm and offers a fuel tank capacity of 326-litres.
2019 BMW X7 Picture Gallery
BMW’s new flagship SUV will be available with a range of petrol and diesel engines including a 3.0L, 6-cylinder inline, twin turbo, a 4.4L V8 petrol, a 3.0L, 6-cylinder diesel and the M Performance tuned 3.0L quad turbo motor. All powertrains are paired to an 8-speed automatic gearbox, supported by four-wheel-drive system. The optional off-road package offers four driving modes – Sand, Gravel, Rocks and Snow. Read About – New BMW 320d Gran Turismo Sport
Interior of the 2019 BMW X7 looks premium, loaded with several advanced comfort goodies. The SUV has a dual-tone dashboard with dual 12.3-inch screens for infotainment and driver’s information. Other key features include a 3-spoke multifunction steering wheel, electrically adjustable seats (6/7 configurations), 4-zone climate control, Vernasca leather trim, Bowers and Wilkins audio system and a panoramic roof. Pictures – BMW Z4-inspired Suzuki Swift Sport Looks Super Hot
For ensuring passengers’ safety, BMW equips the SUV with lane keeping assistance with side collision alert, adaptive cruise control with stop and go, evasion aid, steering and lane assistant, Wrong way warning, cross traffic warning, reverse assistant and emergency stop assistant.
Some of its design highlights include a large kidney grille in chrome, dual slim LED headlights along with the optional BMW Laserlight, silver skid plates at front and rear, a dual slat air dam with pentagonal vents, prominent shoulder line, 20-inch alloy wheels (20/21-inch optional wheels), roof rails, a chrome window surround, dual rectangular exhaust tips, wraparound tail lights and a roof spoiler.