BMW X7 Won’t Arrive Before 2019

Posted: Mar 7 2016, 11:21am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

BMW X7 Won’t Arrive Before 2019
  • The largest SUV ever the BMW X7 won’t arrive before 2019!

The CEO OF BMW’s North American division Ludwig Willisch confirmed the news.

It seems BMW will make us wait to see the largest SUV ever created. The BMW X7 which was stated to be the largest SUV ever has now been delayed.

Ludwig Willisch the CEO of BMW in North America confirmed the news. According to Ludwig the SUV won’t be arriving before 2019. Previously it was expected the BMW X7 SUV will arrive by 2018 but not anymore.

It is likely a concept version of the BMW X7 SUV will be introduced in the meantime. The X7 SUV is collaboration between BMW and Rolls Royce.

Both auto makers have been working on two SUVs for the last 2 years. The work on the SUV started in 2013 but BMW did not make any announcements. The X7 at the time had an internal code name of F17.

Gradually BMW started trying on different systems and running various engines. Even the materials were assessed for chassis and bodies of the X7. Now the X7 is currently known as the G07 at BMW.

When it does arrive, the BMW X7 will have the suspension and running gear of the new X5 and X6. A version with rear-wheel drive as well as intelligent xDrive could also be introduced by BMW.

The BMW X7 may have any sort of engine. The engine could be a TwinPower Turbo six-cylinder and V8 gasoline and diesel, to a plug-in hybrid version. The top model engine by BMW is the V12, and it is possible the X7 may have it.

BMW has hinted the X7 will be the most luxurious model of the brand, more than the 7 Series. If produced then the BMW X7 will have an average annual production of 45,000 units.

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