The BMW X7 was a significant part of the company's premium SUV offensive when it debuted in 2019. For the first time, it was the biggest BMW ever made. It still is, and now there is a new design, new engines, and automated functions for the model.
Front-facing LED lights include daytime running lights and turn signals on top. In addition, adaptive Matrix LED headlights on the bottom give the SUV a futuristic aspect with their slender, horizontal design. Turning on "Iconic Glow" for the iconic BMW grille is possible.
There is a distinct new look to the back of the car thanks to the three-dimensional LED taillights that are narrower now. In addition, for the first time, BMW customers will have the option of ordering up to 23 "alloy wheels.
M Sports Package can be selected if a more athletic aesthetic is required, which can be upgraded to M Sports Package Pro. In addition, the M Sports Package includes a "BMW M 50 Years" symbol for the bonnet, tailgate, and wheel covers of the M60i, a nod to the famous logo of the early racing cars from the BMW M division, which were formed in 1972.
The three rows of seats with enough for seven passengers, which are standard, provide a comfortable ride with a sense of spaciousness. Three people can fit in the second row of seats. Two separate comfort chairs are available for the 2022 BMW X7. The center row may be shifted 14.5 cm longitudinally in any arrangement. With the back seats folded down, the car's baggage capacity increases from 326 liters to 2,120 liters.
In addition to the 12.3" information display and 14.9" control display, the BMW Curved Display delivers a whole new generation of operating systems and innovative digital services with the 12.3" large information display paired with a 14.9" control display.
Glass panoramic roofs are typical to enhance the driver's experience. As a bonus, the Sky Lounge offers a starry sky effect on the panoramic glass roof, making it seem like you are floating in the seventh heaven. You may change the light's hue to suit your mood.
A concert-like audio experience can be had in the car with the Bowers & Wilkens Diamond Surround Sound system, which comes with 20 speakers and 1,500 watts of power and is available as an option.
Driver Assistance systems, enhanced to warn of approaching traffic and pedestrians and cyclists, are part of the extensive list of standard features. In addition, new features such as Trailer Assistant, Reversing Assistant, and Maneuvering Assistant can be added to your vehicle.
A 48V mild hybrid system is standard on the revised model's three motor options. In addition, adaptive air suspension on both axles and four-wheel drive are also included as standard equipment. As a result, you can expect a thrilling and relaxing ride.
In terms of engines, there are three options for the new 2022 BMW X7:
More specifically, the six-cylinder, 380 horsepower, turbocharged six-cylinder petrol engine of the BMW X7 xDrive 40i can reach a top speed of 250 kilometers per hour and a 0 to 100 kilometers per hour acceleration time of 5.8 seconds.
The BMW X7 M60i xDrive has 530 horsepower, 750 Nm of torque, 0-100 km/h in 4.7 seconds, 250 km/h, 7.5-8.2 km/l fuel consumption, and CO2 emissions of 278 to 303 g/km are all standard features.
In addition to the 352 horsepower, 720 Nm of torque, and a top speed of 243 km/h, the BMW X7 xDrive 40d has an average fuel consumption of 11.5-13.2 km/l and CO2 emissions of 200-230 g/km.
All of the engine options are certified to meet the Euro 6d standard.