The X7 xDrive50i is powered by a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 engine with 456 hp.
BMW’s new X5 M50i can rocket from 0-60 mph in just 4.1 seconds.
Mercedes’ answer to the first-ever BMW X7 is a completely redesigned version of its GLS luxury SUV.
The new BMW X7 full-size SUV finds an unlikely challenger in the all-new Mercedes-Benz G-Class.
The BMW X7 isn’t the only Beemer with a big grilles, those in the 1930’s also had them.
BMW’s new X7 does have a lot going for it to justify a nearly six-figure price tag in top guise.
Only 31 X7s are affected by this issue and all of them have the optional business lounge seat.
It won’t have your heart racing, but the X7 excels at being a luxurious, spacious and extremely comfortable ride.
Starting at $73,900 in xDrive40i form, the X7 is very hard to fault, which makes it the class leader.
Undisclosed sources claim there’s no demand that would justify BMW spending millions developing an X7 M.
Ticking all the options on the BMW X7 can lower your bank account by over $120,000.
It’s not just big and brawny like many U.S. customers like their SUVs; it’s also very luxurious.