The new Bmw X7 represents the next stage in the premium carmaker’s ongoing model offensive in the luxury segment. The X7 will be built at Bmw Plant Spartanburg in the US state of South Carolina. The largest kidney grille ever designed for one of the brand’s models bestrides the front end of the car. Together with the slim twin headlights extending up to the grille, it emphasises the width of the car and creates a huge presence.
When viewed from the side, the large windows and long, dynamically flowing roofline hint at a spacious interior bathed in light. The rear doors are longer than the front doors, emphasising the spaciousness of the Suv’s rear compartment and making it even easier to get in and out. Clearly structured surfaces and the eye-catching character line rising up to the rear end are hallmarks of the brand’s new design language.
The impressive open expanses of the X7 interior bring a fresh sensation of space to the luxury segment. The three rows of seats treat the driver and passengers to an exceptional feeling of roominess within the car’s elegantly appointed surrounds. Expansive surfaces and clear structures give the instrument panel a modern look and its lines flow smoothly into the door panels.
Large trim surfaces framed with electroplated accent trips on the instrument panel and centre console enhance the interior’s elegant and exclusive aura, and the Bmw X7 comes as standard with a sports leather steering wheel. The newly designed display grouping which comes as part of the standard-fitted Bmw Live Cockpit Professional includes a Control Display and a fully-digital instrument cluster – each with a screen diagonal of 12.3 inches – and teams up with the classily designed control panel on the centre console to create a progressive re-interpretation of Bmw’s customary driver focus.