2019 BMW X7 Goes Back to Testing Session, Takes-Off the Heavy Camouflage

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BMW has been testing out the future X7 for quite some time, with the model quickly loosing its heavy camouflage and revealing the gorgeous production design language.

New spy photos come from carscoops auto magazine and highlight the X7 in a new series of tests, this time the test mule wearing less camo, which means that it is close to its final guise.

Presuming debuting at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show, this November, the all-new 2019 BMW X7 will become the carmaker`s most impressive SUV, way too impressive than the current X6. It will retain however the company`s familiar design.

This means that it will come the awesome front fascia and incredibly massive twin-kidney grille, making it extremely imposing. BMW will also build the model with the M Sport package, as the below test mule is wearing in the tests. With the M Sport pack, the new X7 will adopt a sportier attitude, thanks to the aggressive front and rear bumpers.

Around the back, the X7 will borrow some styling cues from the X7 iPerformance concept previewed a couple of weeks ago. We should thus expect a revised roof rack and traditional side mirrors and door handles. The concept`s vertical rear vents will also be present at the rear end and will come handy with the slender taillights and tailgate-mounted spoiler. There will also be chrome dual-exhaust tips for improved engine growl and more aggressive looks.

Built in Spartanburg, South California, the 2019 BMW X7 SUV will come with an array of engines. Recent reports detail at least a 3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo six cylinder engine with around 335 horsepower, while the higher 4.4-liter V8 with the same TwinPower Turbo technology would make it even more powerful – 445 HP.

BMW is likely to offer the new X7 with a plug-in hybrid variant as well, while an M Performance model or an X7 M might also be in the works. Stay tuned for more details in the upcoming period!


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