The latest exposure of the new BMW X7: split headlights with the largest nostrils in history
As we all know, X is BMW’s SUV series. The larger the number behind, the higher the positioning. A few days ago, foreign media exposed a set of latest road test spy photos of the new BMW X7. The new car is already in mass production, but the body is still covered in camouflage. It is reported that the new car may be unveiled in the first half of 2022.
Judging by spy photos,The front grille size of the new car is definitely larger than that of the current model, and it is expected to be more exaggerated. At the same time, the new BMW X7 will increase the probability that it will use a more recognizable split headlight. It may become BMW’s latest iconic design in the future. Of course, the laser headlights will not be absent.And this design should also continue to the new BMW 7 Series and pure electric version i7.
From the side of the body, the BMW X7 has not changed much after the facelift. The waistline of the body still runs straight from the front to the rear of the car. The front and rear fenders are wider than the body, matching the raised ribs and The side skirts make the whole car look sporty.
As for the interior, you can see that the full LCD instrument panel and the center console display are integrated above the center console of the new BMW X7.There is no doubt that the new car will be equipped with the latest iDrive 8 infotainment system, bringing a better experience for human-computer interaction.
As a mid-term facelift model, the power is not expected to change much. It is equipped with a cash 3.0T inline 6-cylinder engine, 4.4T V8 engine will continue to serve, and match 8-speed automatic manual transmission and four-wheel drive system.
But according to the information previously obtained,The new car is very likely to add a plug-in hybrid system, which will be composed of a 3.0T engine and an electric motor. The hybrid system is expected to be equivalent to the powertrain of the BMW X5 xDiver45e, and the pure electric battery life may exceed 80 kilometers.
It is worth mentioning that the future BMW X7 may also be the first to use a hydrogen power system. The hydrogen fuel cell version will use the hydrogen fuel cell system jointly developed with Toyota.