2019 BMW X7 SUV
"It's massive," is the first thing that comes to mind about the 2019 BMW X7 SUV. The new flagship SUV is about 9 inches longer than the X6 and just three inches shorter than the standard wheelbase 7 Series.
The new X7 is also the first SUV in the BMW line-up to get three rows of seats, making it the most practical offering yet from the company.
Up front, the new X7 gets the largest kidney grille yet on a BMW model, which is possibly the biggest one on any BMW yet. The grille is flanked by a pair of sleek twin-pod LED headlamps, and below, the SUV gets larger air intakes and a skid plate.
The rear section comes with a set of sleek-looking LED taillamps connected by a chrome slat. The SUV also gets a roof-mounted spoiler, a large tailgate, and a muscular rear bumper with horizontal exhaust vents and a rear diffuser.
The new X7 measures 5151 mm in length, 2000 mm in width and 1805 mm in height, which makes it considerably larger than the Range Rover too.
The 2019 BMW X7 gets a dashboard design that is familiar yet futuristic and there's ample of soft-touch materials, leather and wood inserts are thrown in to keep the luxury quotient intact.
The BMW X7 also gets twin 12.3-inch screens for the instrument cluster and the infotainment display.
The feature list for the 7-seater BMW X7 is quite extensive, with four-zone climate control, 1500 watt Harmon Kardon sound system and a LED-illuminated sunroof that can display different patterns against the glass.
Other fancy tech wizardry includes - gesture control, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, navigation, massage seats and much more.
Power on the 2019 BMW X7 comes from a number of engine options including the 3.0-litre, in-line six-cylinder petrol with 335 bhp and a 4.4-litre, twin-turbo V8 petrol with 456 bhp on offer. There is also the 3.0-litre in-line six-cylinder diesel too with 256 bhp and a more powerful 400 bhp version on offer.
BMW is also working on a plug-in hybrid version of the new X7 which is likely to join the line-up later in the timeline.
The AWD can send 100 per cent of the power to the rear wheels, and there's an electronically controlled rear limited-slip differential available with the Dynamic Handling Package and the Off-Road Package.