BMW has already confirmed its planning of introducing the most luxurious and powerful X model from the lineup, which is no other than the X7 SUV, set to arrive somewhere in 2019.
But besides the aforementioned model, the German based company is also presuming working on a four-seater X7 version, that would tackle the Bentley`s Bentayga SUV, which is said to be the epitome of luxury and performance on the SUV market today.
And the renderings below, signed by no other than rendering artist Theophilus Chin, might provide us a closer look on how such a version will look like.
Reportedly coming with a price below $200,000, the all-new four-seater version will come with a slightly different exterior, more legroom for the rear passengers, and a few more. The most interesting part, according to AutoNews, is that the two versions will not share the common UKL platform.
However, the same engine lineup fitting the seven-seater will be also found underneath the smaller version, meaning a wide range of six- and eight-cylinder mills, followed by hybrid version, as expected.
Commonly amongst the X5 and X6, which are also had with the much more potent M versions, the X7 might as well receive an M Performance model, which would tackle the likes of the Mercedes-AMG GLS 63, this one coming with a five-seat arrangement and upgraded powertrains.
For the moment, the details list with an upcoming BMW X7 four-seater version is limited, but we should expect fresh details in early 2017. Meanwhile, take a look at the renderings below and decide for yourself is such a version should emerge on the market.