BMW goes large with first ever X7

BMW goes large with first ever X7

BMW goes large with first ever X7 2300 1534 Henry

X marks the spot. BMW introduces the the first ever BMW X7, and it’s big. Measuring a mammoth 5,151 millimetres in length, 2,000 millimetres wide and 1,805 millimetres tall with a wheelbase of 3,105 millimetres on the largest model, the BMW X7 combines the presence, exclusivity and spaciousness of a luxury car with the versatile agile driving properties of a Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV). A first for the bavarian auto giant.

BMW X7 Front
With a punchy, extremely prominent front end, large windows, high ground clearance, a long roofline and a two-section split tailgate, the all new BMW X7 has certainly provoked a lot of mixed emotions for lovers of the brand. Love it or hate it, the large SUV is quite simply, grand and impressive.
Exclusive detailing includes extensive chrome elements with LED headlights as standard, BMW Laserlight are an optional extra.
Generous interior space across three rows of seats and available in either 6-seater or 7-seater configuration. Uncompromised space in the third row, complete with armrests, cupholders and USB ports with all seats electrically adjustable. Five-zone automatic climate control, Ambient Air package, Panorama glass roof Sky Lounge, controls with glass applications, Bowers & Wilkins Diamond Surround Sound System and Rear-seat entertainment Professional optional. Boot capacity can be expanded from 326 litres to an impressive 2,120 litres with rear seats collapsed.

“Quite simply, grand and impressive”

20-inch light-alloy wheels are available as standard however are not quite fitting of the proportions of the X7 in our humble opinion, and are certain to look a tad bit on the small side.
If like us you’re design conscious and are a connoisseur for aesthetics and all things pleasing to the eye, we’d recommend the optional 22 inch light-alloys or the 21 inch as an absolute minimum.
Worried about the hard ride with larger alloys? Well, if your local authority hasn’t gotten round to spending some of their recent £420 million road repair kitty money, air springs at both axles and adaptive suspension with electronically controlled dampers which are provided as standard should certainly help iron out any imperfections. Integral Active Steering and Executive Drive Pro with active roll stabilisation are optional.

BMW Live Cockpit Professional with BMW Operating System 7.0 is standard with fully digital instrument cluster and Control Display each with 12.3-inch screen.

BMW Operating System 7.0 incorporated with BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant enables intuitive multimodal operation via touchscreen, iDrive Controller, steering wheel buttons, voice control and gesture control.

BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant performs role of digital co-driver and vehicle expert, and activates in-car experiences operated by natural voice commands.
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