2023 BMW X7 Facelift Launched In India
Bavarian Motor Works has launched the facelifted X7 in India. Offered in two variants: xDrive40i M Sport and xDrive40d M Sport, the SUV is priced at Rs 1.22 crore and Rs 1.24 crore (ex-showroom), respectively. In the Indian market, it goes up against the Audi Q7, Volvo XC90, Mercedes Benz GLS, and Land Rover Discovery.
|BMW X7 Facelift||Price (ex-showroom)|
|xDrive40i M Sport||Rs 1.22 crore|
|xDrive40d M Sport||Rs 1.24 crore|
2023 BMW X7 Facelift – What’s New?
Being a facelift version, the 2023 BMW X7 has received substantial visual enhancements, a tweaked interior, as well as a range of new features. The main highlight of the updated X7 is indeed the new front facia, which now gets a split lighting setup, which accommodates DRLs and turn indicators on top, and the adaptive LED Matrix headlamps below. Furthermore, the kidney grille features a cascade lighting element that gives it a sportier look. The front bumper of the SUV has also been tweaked, which now features triangular air intakes. Other exterior highlights of the facelifted X7 include the new 20-inch alloy wheels, sleek wraparound LED tail lights (connected by a chrome strip) and twin exhausts.
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A number of changes have also been made to the interior of the BMW X7. It now sports a reworked instrument panel with slim air vents, complemented by the BMW Curved Display that comprises a 12.3-inch digital driver’s unit and a 14.9-inch infotainment system, running the BMW 8 operating system. The SUV also receives a new drive selector and a 14-colour ambient light bar running across the width of the dash.
The other notable features of the 2023 BMW X7 include:
- Panoramic sunroof
- Five-zone automatic climate control
- Voice assistant system
- Digital key support
- Gesture control
- 464W, 16-speakers Harmon Kardon surround sound system
- Ventilated and heated front seats
- Head-up display (HUD)
- Adaptive air suspension
- ADAS suite
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BMW offers the facelifted X7 with two engine options: 3.0-litre, inline-six-cylinder petrol (375 BHP/520 Nm) and 3.0-litre, inline-six-cylinder diesel (335 BHP/700Nm), both mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission, a 48V mild hybrid system, and BMW’s intelligent xDrive all-wheel drive system. It is claimed to offer a fuel efficiency of 11.29 kmpl with petrol and 14.31 kmpl with the diesel engine.