New BMW X7, will arrive before the end of this decade.
In the images we can see a test unit of the new BMW X7, , whose project bears the code G07, while it is being tested in the vicinity of a frozen lake in Lapland, performing the mandatory tests in environments of low temperatures.
This new project will give life to two models, BMW X7 and the next SUV of Rolls-Royce, and is based on the platform CLAR that premiered the brand in the current 7-Series. This modular platform will be host to a whole line of models, from rear-wheel drive of the signing of Munich. That is to say, all the larger models in the Series 3 will use this architecture, which employs lightweight materials in its construction.
The new X7 will benefit in addition to elements that can be found in the X5 current, as the systems of all-wheel drive xDrive or suspension elements. However, being positioned higher will receive a range of superior mechanical.
This unit test already has your body definitive.
The available engines will be six and eight-cylinder, in addition to a hybrid version that more than likely will be an evolution of the mechanical platform that can be found in the X5 xDrive40e. Topping the range you’ll also find a block of twelve cylinders, an obvious update of the V12 6.0-liter that is found on the Series 7, with 544 HP and 750 Nm of torque on the 760i.
This block V12 is the safe we will find out in vain in front of the Rolls Royce Cullinan, the imminent model will launch the british firm to respond to the Bentley SUV.
In its interior, the X7 will have seven seats, but most important of all really will be your orientation to the luxury, to be able to compete with the new rivals in the segment, as the Bentley Bentayga. The new X7 will be manufactured at the plant in Spartanburg, South Carolina, where they have already manufactured the remaining models of the range of SUV German.