With over 300 photos to share, we bring you one of the most extensive BMW X7 photo gallery. The US tour of the 7-seater luxury SUV is about to end and BMW has released all of their goodies. You can catch some of the videos on our Youtube Channel (feel free to subscribe as well) as well as some more shots on our Instagram account @bmwblog.
The X7 model showcased here is the BMW X7 xDrive40i painted in the beautiful Arctic Grey Metallic colors. Inside, the interesting grey shade is paired with the Tartufo Merino Leather, coupled with the bling from the Glass Package.
At launch time, BMW says that the following colors will be available:
- Alpine White
- Ametrin Red (Individual)
- Arctic Grey
- Black Sapphire
- Carbon Black (with M Sport Package)
- Dark Graphite
- Jet Black
- Mineral White
- Phytonic Blue
- Pyrite Brown (Individual)
- Ruby Black (Individual)
- Tanzanite Blue (Individual)
- Vermont Bronz
Inside, you’re getting a variation of different upholsteries – SensaTec Black, nine premium Vernasca and Extended Merino Leathers (in the X7 xDrive40i for the US market). The two-tone Ivory White/Navy Blue Full Leather Merino interior, with a Navy Blue leather dashboard and a Navy Blue Alcantara headliner, can be specified for some models. More on that particular combination in our next BMW X7 article.
The trim menu is just as extensive with options like Fineline Stripe Brown High-gloss Wood Trim, Anthracite-Brown Poplar Matte Finish Wood Trim and BMW Individual Fine-wood Trim Ash Grain Silver Grey High-gloss.
Powering the BMW X7 will be a suite of engines. For America, there will only be two X7 variants and powertrains; the BMW X7 xDrive40i, which will pack BMW’s famous B58 3.0 liter turbocharged inline-six, making 335 hp and 330 lb-ft of torque and getting from 0-60 mph in 5.8 seconds; and a BMW X7 xDrive50i, which will pack a 4.4 liter twin-turbo V8, making 456 hp and 479 lb-ft while hitting 60 mph in 5.2 seconds.
In the United States, the X7 will set you back at least $74,895 when it goes on sale next year. That includes the shipping and handling tax and will get you the entry-level xDrive40i model, with its 3-liter straight six petrol engine and 340 HP. If you want a V8 under the hood, you’ll have to pay considerably more – $93,595. That also includes handling and shipping and means you can have your BMW X7 xDrive50i with 456 HP and 650 Nm of torque (479 lb-ft).