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2023 BMW X7 Arrives with More Power and a New Look

The BMW X7, the German automaker’s premier luxury SUV, has been modified. The model boasts a new design and more features, as well as an overhauled powertrain with innovative technologies. While the new BMW X7 facelift for 2023 is currently on sale in other areas, it is expected to arrive in India at the end of this year or early next year. It will continue to compete against the Audi Q7 and Mercedes GLS in this segment.

The SUV’s front fascia now looks sportier than before, thanks to considerable visual modifications. The 2018 BMW X7 has a redesigned kidney grille with darker slats and chrome surround, split headlamps (a first for BMW), and LED running lights along the hood line. A cascade lighting feature is placed into the front grille.

2023 BMW X7

The X7 M60i’s grille, headlamp fixtures, and bumper-mounted air vents are all finished in gloss black instead of chrome. The xDrive 40i comes standard with 21-inch wheels, while the M60i comes standard with 22-inch wheels.
A smaller chrome bar connects the SUV’s newly styled LED taillamps at the back.

Frozen Pure Grey, Tanzanite Blue II, and Ametrin Dravit Grey are among the 14 exterior colour options available, as well as several BMW Individual finishes.

The newest iDrive 8 infotainment system, which includes a 14.9-inch touchscreen and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, is one of the feature improvements. The new info unit includes a cleaner home screen, a more streamlined UI, and voice and gesture control. As standard, the SUV comes with multi-contour seats with heating capabilities for both the driver and front passenger. The M60i comes with extended Merino leather, while the xDrive 40i comes with vegan Sensafin synthetic leather.

2023 BMW X7

Active roll stabilisation and integral active steering are also included in the top-of-the-line model. The 3.0L inline 6-cylinder (xDrive 40i) and 4.4L V8 (M60i) engines will be available in the next BMW X7 facelift in 2023. Both motors, however, are now equipped with 48V mild hybrid technology, which allows them to produce more power and torque.

The 3.0L engine now produces 375 horsepower and 519 Nm of torque, and it sprints from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour in 5.6 seconds. The 4.4L engine produces 523bhp and 750Nm, and it can go from 0 to 100kmph in 4.0 seconds, with a top speed of 290kmph. A new 8-speed automatic transmission with launch control is also available.

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