Just a few days ago, BMW surprised us with an-off pickup truck based on the X7. The unique conversion was put together by BMW Group vocational trainees in cooperation with the Concept Vehicle Construction and Model Technology divisions at the BMW Munich plant.
The BMW X7 Pick-up offers a generous loading area. The length of the loading space varies from 140 cm (closed) to 200 cm (open). By using CFRP on roof components, rear doors and the rear lid, it was possible to further reduce weight by 200 kg vs. the production model, despite a 10 cm longer body.
Now, rendering artists have decided to imagine the X7 pickup truck as a production series model. The rendering artist changed some things around, trying to include BMW’s DNA into his rendering. So for example, the render shows a shorter X7, with two doors and trunk spoiler. There is also a bed cover, like all pickup trucks do. Some massive truck tires and wheels round off the overall design.
The initial one-off X7 pickup truck boasted a handcrafted loading area boasting a sophisticated fine-polished wood finish, a height-adjustable two-level air suspension and numerous high-class equipment details make this BMW X7 Pick-up an ideal companion for the diverse day-to-day uses and more.
BMW has already shut down any rumors of a future X7 ute, despite its arch-rival Mercedes offering the X-Class model.
[Source: Rain Prisk]