The ultra-version of the BMW X7 SUV has been code-named G07 and will be focused on luxury.
Drive Australia has revealed BMW may be working on an ultra-luxurious version of X7 SUV. The design chief Oliver Heilmer commented BMW as a company is very open-minded.
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BMW is taking a closer look at its competitors and dealing with it in an intelligent way. From the perspective of design any new concept is attractive for BMW. Every niche could prove to be something new for BMW.
The standard X7 SUV by BMW is expected to come with seven seats. While rumor has it the luxurious version will get rid of the second and third row altogether.
The luxury version will offer two executive seats with extensive legroom. And it will also offer reclining and massaging functions. Similarly, the tech will be as advanced as seen in the 7 series.
“As a company, we are open-eyed and we are having a close look at our competitors and this is where we are really dealing with it in an intelligent way,” BMW interior design chief Oliver Heilmer told Drive Australia when quizzed about the possibility of an ultra-luxurious X7. “From a design perspective, any new concept is attractive from our point of view and every niche could be something new.”
The standard SUV by BMW will arrive in 2018. It is highly possible the luxury version may be unveiled alongside. The X7 SUV is built on all-new large car architecture. The car was recently unveiled by BMW. The SUV was found to be lighter than the current F15 X5.
The luxury version of the BMW X7 SUV has been codenamed G07. The main SUV will be similar to the standard X7 but focused more on luxury. The X7 is reported to be half a meter longer and a little wider than the X5. The X7 will have a weight below 1900kg.
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The car consists of hot-formed steels along with aluminium and structural carbon-fiber pieces. The engine will have a 3.0-liter, six-cylinder petrol and diesel engine. a plug-in hybrid variant with more than 50km of electric range has also been included.