The BMW X7 is one of the most luxurious SUV cars in the world. It is also the biggest BMW SUV until the present day. There are more interesting facts about that special outstanding BMW vehicle:
1. The first BMW X7 combines the presence, exclusivity and spaciousness of a luxury car with the versatile, agile driving properties of a Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV).
2. The largest BMW X model is 5,151 millimeters in length, 2,000 millimeters wide and 1,805 millimeters tall, and has a wheelbase of 3,105 millimeters.
3. Generous interior space across three rows of seats. Seven seats as standard. Middle row can be specified with two individual comfort seats as an option. Uncompromised space in the third row, complete with armrests, cup-holders and USB ports.
4. All seats are electrically adjustable. Boot capacity can be expanded from 326 liters to a maximum 2,120 liters.
5. 20-inch light-alloy wheels as standard, 21- and 22-inch light-alloy wheels optional.
6. Four-zone automatic climate control, ambient lighting and three-section panoramic glass roof as standard. Five-zone automatic climate control, Ambient Air package, Panorama glass roof Sky Lounge, controls with glass applications and Rear-seat entertainment.
7. Adaptive suspension with electronically controlled dampers are standard. Integral Active Steering with active roll stabilization optional.
8. Latest generation of the BMW Head-Up Display. Parking Assistant including rear view camera and Reversing Assistant as standard.
9. BMW Live Cockpit Professional with BMW Operating System 7.0 as standard. Fully digital instrument cluster and Control Display each with 12.3-inch screen diagonal. BMW Operating System 7.0 enables intuitive and multimodal operation via touchscreen, iDrive Controller, steering wheel buttons, voice control and gesture control.
10. BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant performs role of digital co-driver and vehicle expert, and activates in-car experiences. Operated by natural voice command. BMW Digital Key allows customers to use their smartphone for vehicle access and engine start-up.