The large premium SUV will be built upon the new car architecture that BMW announced recently and will share many of its components with other X models.
The BMW X7 will come with some new features and a modern design, so we expect to see a larger than usual kidney grille, a massive front bumper with large air intakes and an elegant look from the side. Inside space and luxury will also be one of the main design points.
Under the hood, the BMW X7 would most likely use the X6 engines, from a 3.0 liter six-cylinder powerplant to the 4.4 V8 with 555 horsepower.
Early projections put the sales of the BMW X7 between 40,000 and 50,000 units a year with the main markets being China, United States and Russia.