Years after confirmation, the X7 finally came to the market, so the Bavarian carmaker is now competing in the class of full-size luxury SUVs. As a very fresh model, the 2020 BMW X7 won’t feature too many changes for the next year.
The 2020 BMW X7 is about to continue with the same design and features, delivering lots of luxury, along with fantastic driving experience. The best we can see in the next-year model is a couple of new standard features, while the rest is about to continue in the same way. Therefore, expect to see the 2020 BMW X7 sometime late in the year.
- Excellent ride quality
- Powerful engines
- A full load of standard equipment
- Large cargo area
- Some rivals feel more opulent on the inside
- Most rivals are way better in off-road drive
In terms of the exterior design, things are pretty clear. This is a new flagship SUV of the Bavarian carmaker. Of course, it rides on the company’s new, highly-modular CLAR platform, which undeprints a huge majority of new BMW models. When it comes to the styling, the new SUV relies on the iPerformance concept from two years ago.
It is sharper than some previous-generation SUVs from this manufacturer and follows the brand’s latest design language. Of course, it has most in common with the recently-redesigned X5 but comes with an even more angular approach and more prominent famous kidney grille. The next year shouldn’t bring any important change.
Once again, don’t count on any significant change. The 2020 BMW X7 will represent the second production year, so the biggest changes that could come are new color schemes and a couple of additions in terms of standard equipment. On the other side, the overall layout will carry on without changes.
This SUV is characterized by BMW’s typical approach when it comes to the interior design, so the overall quality is high, but still on a slightly lower level, compared to models like Mercedes-Benz GLS or Range Rover. Still, the dashboard looks very opulent and you can enjoy pretty much all the goodies you can imagine.
We expect to see two familiar units in the offer for the 2020 BMW X7. Base models will continue with a 3.0-liter inline-six unit, which delivers around 335 horsepower and 330 pound-feet of torque. Of course, you can count on a well-known 4.4-liter V8 as well.
This unit is good for 456 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque. Finally, the latest reports suggest the addition of the famous M version. In this case, it should come with the same 4.4-liter V8, which should be tuned to 580 horsepower for this occasion.
2020 BMW X7 Release Date and Price
The 2020 BMW X7 will hit the market sometime in the last quarter. We count on the same starting price, which current goes around $74,000.