2023 BMW X7 Facelift Launched At A Price Of Rs 1.22 Crore
With pricing starting at Rs 1.22 crore for the xDrive40i petrol and up to Rs 1.25 crore for the xDrive40d diesel variant, BMW has introduced the facelifted X7 in India. The M Sport package comes standard on both models. The 2023 BMW X7, which is BMW’s sole three-row luxury SUV model, now has a reprofiled front end, greater power from its new engines, and a redesigned interior.
Updated 3.0-liter, inline-six-cylinder petrol, and diesel engines are available from BMW for the X7 xDrive40i and xDrive40d, respectively. The new petrol engine generates an additional 41 horsepower and 70 Nm over the old one, for a total output of 381 horsepower and 520 Nm, thanks to the 48V mild-hybrid system. The premium SUV’s stated 0-100kph acceleration time with its petrol engine is 5.8 seconds.
The mild-hybrid diesel engine in the updated X7 xDrive40d delivers 340 horsepower and 700 pound-feet of torque, an increase of 75 horsepower and 80 ft-lb over the previous model. According to claims, the SUV’s diesel version can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.9 seconds. Both engines are mated by BMW to an 8-speed automatic gearbox. The redesigned X7 comes standard with an adjustable air suspension system and electronically regulated dampers in addition to the xDrive all-wheel drive system.
The 2023 BMW X7 now has a new front end with split-LED headlights and a cascade lighting component built into the kidney grille. The new electric i7 car and 7 Series both display this new design concept. The LED DRLs at the bonnet line, the silver trim on the front and rear bumpers, the 20-inch alloy wheels that come standard, and the chrome strip that joins the reprofiled LED taillights are some further aesthetic highlights of the facelifted X7.
The X7’s interior has also been redesigned by BMW, and now has a new selector lever and an instrument cluster with narrow air vents. BMW’s most recent curved infotainment screen, which includes a 14.9-inch touchscreen running the most recent iDrive 8 software and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, was previously seen on the iX, facelifted 3 Series Gran Limousine, and X7 facelift.
A 14-color ambient light bar, four-zone automated temperature control, a panoramic sunroof, a head-up display, heated and ventilated front seats, a voice assistant system, and upgraded ADAS technology are among the amenities offered by the luxury SUV.
The Mercedes Benz GLS (Rs 1.19 crore-1.21 crore), Audi Q7 (Rs 84.70 lakh-90.63 lakh), Volvo XC90 (Rs 96.50 lakh), and Land Rover Discovery are some other three-row luxury SUVs that compete with the updated BMW X7 in India (Rs 93.9 lakh-1.32 crore).
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