- Oct. 4, 2019
-- There's no denying that the X7 is the largest BMW ever made, it even comes with the largest kidney grille in the history of the carmaker. The BMW X7 is available in two trims – xDrive30d DPE signature diesel and xDrive40i petrol. The diesel is available in a six-seat layout, while the petrol trim comes with the option of a six or seven-seat layout. Here's a glimpse of what to expect from the car from our BMW X7 review.
Now, before we get to driving, let's understand a couple of numbers first. The car weighs almost two and a half tonnes, and it's over five metres long. That's not exactly lithe! We got our hands on the petrol derivative of the X7, powered by a 3.0-litre turbocharged 6-cylinder gasoline engine that's capable of churning out 335bhp and 450Nm of torque. It takes 6.1 seconds to sprint from 0-100km/h from a standstill. The car shrinks around you and feels quite agile while driving. The chassis setup is much sharper, which might not be as sheer as the competition, but it really helps the handling of this mammoth BMW. So, to sum things up, the BMW X7 is really a car that makes a statement. And perhaps a car that cocoons the passengers in the utmost comfort possible. After all, this is the flagship product from the Bavarian-based automaker. To read the extensive BMW X7 review
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