The new BMW X7 is set to go on sale from April 2019, with OTR prices starting from £72,155.
As the new flagship BMW X model is promised to offer unrivalled luxury in large 4×4 segment, it will benefit from good residual values that will make it a savvy purchase or a great prospect to lease if you are in the market for a vehicle in this sector.
There are three versions available from launch: a six-cylinder petrol engine and two six-cylinder diesels. The BMW X7 has three rows of seats, with the third row boasting two full-size seats for adults. As well as a plethora of high-tech equipment, BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant is also included as standard.
BMW say it is ‘set to redefine automotive luxury with the new X7 model, the latest flagship of the BMW X-line-up. This latest 4×4 offers exclusivity, spaciousness, superior quality, strong performance, agile handling and off-road capability.’
The new BMW X7 will be the largest model in the manufacturer’s X line-up, combining outstanding powertrain and chassis technology, practicality and versatility.
BMW X7 premium luxury SUV in brief
BMW X7 exterior design key features
- Front Adaptive LED headlights and front foglamps
- Clearly structured surfaces and a character line that rises up to the rear end
- Rear doors are longer than the front doors making it easy to get in and out
- Roof rails and the chrome trim strips that run around the door sills extend up to the Air Breathers and continue in the rear apron
- Fully body-coloured wheel arches house light-alloy wheels in formats up to 22-inches
- Grille bars in Aluminium Matt and an different accents in High-Gloss Chrome, plus 21-inch light-alloy wheels in Y-spoke design, are included on the entry model as standard
- The M Sport model features extra-large air intakes, M-specific 21-inch light-alloy wheels in M twin-spoke design and a distinctive look for the front apron, rear apron and side skirts. It also includes additional design elements in High-gloss Black or Black Chrome – a shade reserved for BMW’s luxury-class models
BMW X7 interior and equipment key features
- Electroplated accent trips feature on the instrument panel and centre console, and the newly designed display grouping that comes as part of the standard-fitted BMW Live Cockpit Professional includes a Control Display and a fully-digital instrument cluster – each with a screen diagonal of 12.3-inches
- A sports leather steering wheel is also standard
- The iDrive Controller, the newly designed gear selector, start/stop button, the Driving Experience Control switch controls, electric parking brake button and the settings for the air suspension and optional off-road modes are all located in the centre console
- Light functions in the BMW X7 are operated using buttons
- Three rows of seats mean that there is room for seven adults with the third row having two full-size seats with space between them – a first for a 4×4
- Cupholders and armrests are integrated into the side panel trim to offer additional comfort
- Boot capacity is 326 litres, increasing to a maximum of 2,120 litres when the backrests of the seats in the second and third rows are folded down
- The standard air suspension allows the car to be lowered at the touch of a button in the boot, via the display key or rocker switch within the centre console
- The new BMW X7 features a two-section split tailgate, both elements of which have electric opening and closing as standard
- The standard individual Extended Merino leather trim and optional BMW Individual full Merino leather trim are both available in five colour variants
- The standard comfort seats for the driver and front passenger are heated, as are the seats in the second and third rows
- The BMW X7 features an electrically-operated panoramic glass roof as standard.
- Four-zone automatic climate control is standard; wireless mobile phone charging in the tray ahead of the cupholders is also standard.
- Customers can choose six colour tones and a variety of settings for interior lighting via the iDrive control system
- The BMW X7 features the Welcome Light Carpet, which illuminates the entry area to the car when the doors are unlocked or opened – it also features the Dynamic Interior Light that emits pulsating light signals on the inner panelling of an open door when the engine is running and on the instrument panel in response to an incoming phone call
- A ten-speaker hi-fi comes as standard
- The X7 uses the latest BMW Operating System 7.0 display and control system, which allows those in rear to select and operate entertainment functions. The rear-seat passengers can use both their own media sources and those available in the front compartment. A navigation map and BMW ConnectedDrive services can also be accessed from the rear seats.
BMW X7 engines
- The engine line-up includes a new six-cylinder in-line petrol unit for the BMW X7 xDrive40i and a pair of six-cylinder in-line diesels to power the BMW X7 xDrive30d and BMW X7 M50d M Performance models
- Both 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, reducing engine speeds – particularly in higher gears – and increasing overall efficiency
New X7 – BMW’s largest luxury 7 seat SUV, coming soon!
We will be bringing you more details on the BMW X7 nearer to its launch date and are excited in anticipation of announcing some superb value BMW X7 contract hire and lease deals.
As Rosedale Leasing are part of the Lookers Group, we are sure to offer the perfect specification and funding solution for your new car, both for individuals and business users.
If you would like to discuss pre-ordering a BMW X7, contact Rosedale Leasing via our website or call 0191 298 1648, Monday to Friday 9am to 6:30pm.