According to the news agency, the changes to the new BMW X7 should be seen in the nose, especially the headlights and taillights, engine power, changes inside the cabin and the use of the new entertainment and multimedia system.
As expected, the headlights in the BMW X7 are divided into two parts, unlike previous designs. The upper part is the daytime running lights and the lower part is the headlights, and there is no doubt that this trend will be used in the i7 electric sedans, the new 7 Series generation and the XM hybrid crossover.
It goes without saying that in various versions of the new BMW X7, chrome or glossy black trim will be used in the volume of the front air intakes and grille trim. Customers can order the new BMW X7 with the BMW M 50 Years badge. In this edition (the 50th Anniversary Edition of BMW’s M Power division), BMW uses 23-inch rims for the first time.
The new BMW X7 comes in two engine sizes. The 6-cylinder 3-liter version with a turbocharger and the 8-cylinder 4.4-liter version includes a twin-turbo system. Both engines of the new version of the BMW X7 have a 48-volt mild-hybrid system. The 6-cylinder version has been significantly improved with an increase of 40 hp and 70 Nm of torque. This version is called the X7 xDrive40i, and it currently generates 375 hp and 520 Nm of torque, and goes from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.6 seconds.
But the BMW X7’s 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 still produces the same 523 horsepower and 750 Nm of torque used in the M60i version. Acceleration from zero to 100 km / h in this version is 4.5 seconds.
And on top of all these models is the Alpina version called the XB7, which has an improved V8 and twin-turbocharged engine that delivers 630 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque. The initial acceleration of the Alpina version is about 4 seconds, and its top speed is limited to 290 km / h. All versions of the new BMW X7 are equipped with an 8-speed automatic transmission with Launch Control.