The new BMW X7 breaks new ground in the luxury car segment, with impactful styling that showcases the latest BMW design language, a new M Performance model, plus light-alloy wheels up to 23 inches – a first for BMW. The new BMW X7 also comes with enhanced standard equipment, additional driver assistance systems and 48V mild hybrid technology for all engine variants for the first time.
The largest of all BMW X models offers generous levels of on-board space, equipment, and a high-class cabin for up to seven occupants. The new design of the interior with BMW Curved Display and a new instrument panel including an ambient light bar in its lower section create an innovative and exclusive ambience. Comfort seats, upholstered in BMW Individual Extended Merino Leather, come as standard, with heating for both driver and front passenger, alongside the four-zone automatic climate control system, ambient lighting and a panoramic glass sunroof.
The latest generation of iDrive, BMW Operating System 8 and new digital services underscore the modern and progressive mission statement of the new BMW X7, while the functionality of the automated driving and parking systems has been significantly expanded.
The new BMW X7 is available in a choice of Excellence, M Sport and M Performance versions – combined with powerful yet efficient six and eight-cylinder engines, a new eight-speed Steptronic Sport transmission, state-of-the-art chassis technology and BMW xDrive intelligent all-wheel drive. Top of the range is the potent V8-powered M60i xDrive.
Produced at BMW Group Plant Spartanburg, a facility powered by renewable sources, the new BMW X7 brings a new focus on sustainability. Many parts, including the air ducts for the heating and cooling systems, are made from 50 per cent recycled plastic, while others – such as the cable channels and luggage compartment trim – are made from entirely recycled plastic.
Irish pricing for the new BMW X7 can be found at your local dealer and its now available to order nationwide.