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The Backup Plan: Two days in Queenstown with BMW M Performance

Queenstown, nestled near the southern tip of New Zealand, is usually a winter wonderland by the start of July. That makes it the perfect place for carmakers like BMW to let their hottest performance cars loose on ice. But snow has been hard to come by in 2019. The ski resorts around Queenstown are battling to stay open, and there's precious little coverage on the peaks surrounding Lake Wakatipu...

2019 BMW X7 review

Following the success of the Audi Q7, it's reasonable to assume that the BMW X7 will make some headway in the Australian luxury SUV market. Here, we look at the two petrol variants at the global launch.

2019 BMW X7 review

This new 2019 BMW X7 is the company's long-needed rival to the Mercedes-Benz GLS, Audi Q7 and the legendary Range Rover. Will it be up to the task?

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REVIEW: BMW X7 first drive

it’s taken BMW a while to enter this segment, but as with most things BMW does, it has done so with aplomb.

2018 BMW X7 review: Prototype drive

BMW is getting ready to take on the big Mercedes GLS and the Range Rover. Here, Alborz drives the new X7.

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CarAdvice podcast 161: 2019 Porsche Cayman GT4 and Goodwood FoS

This week on the podcast are Scott Collie and Paul Maric. In car news, the Bentley EXP 100 GT concept, BMW X7 pick-up concept, and 2020 Mini Cooper SE have been revealed, and the 2020 C8 Chevrolet Corvette rear end has been spied. Paul and Trent Nikolic attended the Goodwood Festival of Speed, where Trent experienced the 2019 Porsche Cayman GT4...

Alpina readying BMW X7-based flagship

Alpina is readying a BMW X7-based model with more than 440kW, according to new reports from the USA. Speaking with Automobile Magazine in America, Alpina's boss confirmed his firm is working on a seven-seat XB7, potentially with power from the same engine used in the 7 Series-based B7. If that's the case, the XB7 would have a twin-turbo 4...

BMW X7 Pick-up concept unveiled

Mercedes-Benz has the X-Class, BMW has... well at the moment it doesn't have anything, but that doesn't mean the company's engineers in Germany don't know how to make a ute. Unveiled overnight, the BMW X7 Pick-up concept was developed over 10 months by vocational trainees, with help from the company's concept construction and model technology teams, in Munich...

BMW X5, X6 and X7 tow rating upped to 3.5 tonnes

BMW has its sights set on grey nomads, with a factory-fit package boosting the towing capacity of its X5 and X7 to 3500kg. The option costs $2500 and must be installed at the factory, meaning owners will need to tick the right boxes to utilise their car's full braked-towing capacity. An Australian tongue, electrical connector and tow ball adds another $700 to the option price...

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