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Meet the new BMW X7Back

BMW has just launched its new flagship BMW X model offering unrivalled luxury within the 4×4 category.

The new BMW X7 offers exclusivity, spaciousness, superior quality, strong performance, agile handling and off-road capability.

The BMW X7 is the largest model in the BMW X line-up and offers three rows of seats coupled with outstanding luxury and a host of advanced equipment features.

The new BMW X7 has three rows of seats offering space for up to seven adults. Unlike rivals, the third row offers two full-sized seats with space between them – a first for a 4×4. A standard-fit glass roof adds to the spacious feel while cupholders and armrests integrated into the side panel trim offer additional comfort.

The second row includes three seats in a conventional rear-seat bench configuration although customers can specify two individual seats that offer the same functionality and adjustment range as the front seats. These optional seats feature integrated armrests, comfort cushions and cup-holders extended from the front centre console.

Boot capacity in the BMW X7 is 326 litres and increases to a vast 2,120 litres with the seats in the second and third rows folded down and features a two-section split tailgate, both elements of which have electric opening and closing as standard. In addition, the car can be lowered (at the touch of a button in the boot) to make loading easier.

The BMW X7 features an electrically-operated panoramic glass roof as standard. Additional standard features include four-zone automatic climate control (customers can opt for a five-zone system with separate controls for the third row of seats), the Welcome Light Carpet, which illuminates the entry area to the car when the doors are unlocked or opened, and a ten-speaker hi-fi system featuring 16 speakers.

There is also an optional Rear-Seat Entertainment Professional system comprising a pair of 10.2-inch full-HD touchscreen displays, a Blu-ray-compatible DVD player, two USB ports, a HDMI socket and two headphone jacks. The third row of seats has access to two further USB ports.

The engine line-up of the BMW X7 includes a newly developed six-cylinder in-line petrol unit and a pair of six-cylinder in-line diesels to power the BMW X7 xDrive30d and BMW X7 M50d M Performance models. Petrol and diesel units feature turbochargers and are aligned to eight-speed Steptronic transmission, which has a wider gear ratio spread and new control electronics. This reduces engine speeds, particularly in higher gears, which helps to increase overall efficiency.

Further standard equipment on the X7 includes the BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant, a digital helper that responds to the prompt “Hey BMW”. The BMW Intelligent Personal marks the start of a new era in which drivers will increasingly be able to operate their car, access its functions and obtain information simply by speaking. Updates to this system will be continuous and can be made on a smartphone and in-car via the Remote Software Upgrade functionality.

The new BMW X7 will be on sale from April 2019 with OTR prices starting from £72,155. For more information, visit https://www.bmw.co.uk/bmw-cars

 

Posted by Leana Kell on 19/10/2018