Like the vehicle spotted last year, BMW is giving little away when it comes to the new SUV's styling, with plenty of swirly black-and-white camouflage and pre-production lighting packages concealing the X7's lines.
Like the smaller X5 with which it will share its platform, the X7 will be offered with up to seven seats, though its larger size will allow for more room and make it a full seven-seater as opposed to the X5's 5+2 layout.
In terms of engines, the X7 will likely offer a range of turbocharged six- and eight-cylinder petrol and diesel engines, along with a plug-in iPerformance hybrid variant.
Being a flagship model, it's also possible BMW could offer a V12 powertrain, like the manic 6.6-litre twin-turbo V12 fitted to the M760Li xDrive, which develops a meaty 441kW of power and 800Nm of torque.
The BMW X7 is scheduled to make its debut sometime in 2018, while production of the big SUV to take place at the company's facility in South Carolina, USA.
It's been nearly three years since the company first confirmed production of its flagship SUV, which was initially slated for a 2016 launch.
Stay tuned to CarAdvice for more BMW X7 updates in the coming months.
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