Recently, we received a new set of new BMW X7 models from overseas media, and the interiors of the new car were also exposed. In addition to some changes in the appearance, the new BMW X7 will also be changed, and the latest IDRIVE 8 info entertainment system will be equipped. It is reported that the new car will be unveiled in the spring of 2022, and in the fall of 2022, it is listed overseas.
From this exposure of the interior spine, the new car also uses a double-screen design that is connected to the central control multimedia touch screen. It also represents a new car will use a new IDRIVE 8 car system. In addition, the new car steering wheel uses a classic “throw pants” three-wire multi-function steering wheel. The central control center has retained some physical buttons, which is expected to be similar to the design concept of the BMW IX.
Review the appearance, the new car will use the controversial split headlight design, which should be the LED daytime running light as well as the running water turns, and below Light group, or will carry a laser headlight. Although the front gas grille size is not designed in the new 4-series, the area is also very huge, and the recognition is very high.
The end of the car, the internal shape of the new car tail light uses a generous coil design, and the identification is high after lighting; in addition, the new car is also equipped with bilateral Exhaust layout, look from the image, four exhaust holes are “true”, not decorated.
Dynamic, new car or will continue to carry 3.0T turbocharged inquiry six-cylinder engine and 4.4T twin turbocharged V8 engine, and match 8-speed hand-in-one gearbox, and four-wheel drive system. It is worth mentioning that the new car is very likely to add a plug-in hybrid system, which will be composed of 3.0T engine plus electric motors, which is expected to be equivalent to the power assembly of BMW X5 XDiver45e, pure electrical life or More than 80 km. In addition, the future BMW X7 may also take the lead in using a hydrogen power system that will use a hydrogen fuel cell system developed with Toyota. (Spy photos Source: motor.es)