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2018 BMW X7 spied

The BMW X7 has been spied undergoing testing ahead of its sales debut in 2018. Although we can see the overall shape and size of the X7, we can't make out too many of its finer styling details as BMW has fitted false body panels to the fenders, doors and bonnet of this prototype. We can see, though, that the new SUV will feature a set of tall kidney grilles...

BMW X7: research shows room for larger SUV in Australia

BMW Australia says there is room in its product portfolio for a larger proper seven-seater SUV in the form of the upcoming X7, a space that the current X5 with its third-row seating option doesn’t appear to be filling. Speaking to CarAdvice at the launch of the new BMW M2 at Targa Tasmania this week, BMW CEO Mark Werner admitted that sales of seven-seater X5s were not that high, despite healthy market demand for more than five seats in that segment...

BMW X7 to get four-seater flagship model, small X2 in the works - report

The upcoming 2018 BMW X7 large SUV is set to spawn an ultra-luxurious four-seater flagship model, according to reports. In the moments after the X7 was teased at BMW’s annual press conference just over a week ago, brand sales boss Ian Robertson reportedly let slip that the regular seven-seat model will be joined by an uber-premium, four-seater limo-style flagship...

2018 BMW X7 teased at annual press conference

A first teaser image for the upcoming 2018 BMW X7 SUV has been quietly released during BMW’s annual press conference. Earlier this week, BMW held its annual meet with the media to outline the company's future product strategies. Speaking on topics that included digitisation, autonomous motoring and electro-mobility, BMW CEO Harald Krueger also used the opportunity to touch on the upcoming X7 large SUV...

2016 BMW X7 confirmed

The BMW X7 will become the largest SUV ever offered by the luxury German manufacturer when it enters production in 2016. Following strong rumours last week, BMW Group chairman Dr Norbert Reithofer confirmed the company would invest US$1 billion ($1.08 billion) into its Spartanburg plant in South Carolina, USA, to build the new flagship SUV...