Two models: X7 xDrive40i and X7 xDrive50i.
Three rows of seating for 7 passenger comfort.
For the first time, it will be possible to pre-order a brand new BMW vehicle online.
The New BMW X7 arrives in March 2019.
Today, BMW launches the first-ever BMW X7, the pinnacle of BMW’s X Sport Activity Vehicle lineup. The BMW X7 builds on the class leading comfort, handling, safety and technology of all the previous BMW X Sport Activity Vehicle model lines that have been produced at Plant Spartanburg since 1999.
New 2019 BMW X7 Review
The 2019 BMW X7 offers standard three row seating for 7 with optional Second-row Captain’s Chairs offering a more exclusive seating arrangement for 6. Standard two-axle air suspension, 21-inch alloy wheels and advanced driver assistance systems ensure that the new BMW X7 lives up to expectations of style, driver engagement, passenger comfort and all-weather and all-terrain capability.
For the first time, BMW customers will have the opportunity to pre-order the first-ever BMW X7 online through www.BMWUSA.com. Starting in mid-Oct. 2018, customers will be able to select a participating dealer of choice and complete their pre-order deposit transaction online via their mobile device or from the comfort of their home. Their selected dealer will then reach out to them to finalize the options and colors of their BMW X7. Customers who pre-order online will also enjoy priority vehicle production.
Fifth production line at BMW Group Spartanburg plant
The new 2019 X7 becomes the fifth BMW model to be currently produced in Plant Spartanburg, South Carolina. The new X7 will be added to the 1,400 vehicles, including the X3, X4, X5 and X6, which are already produced every day at BMW Group’s largest global production plant. In 2017, the 10,000 employees of Plant Spartanburg produced 371,284 vehicles, 70 percent of which (272,346), were exported to 140 countries around the world, making BMW the largest exporter of vehicles from the U.S by value.
To date, the BMW Group has invested eight billion US dollars in Plant Spartanburg and is supported by 40 suppliers in the SC area and 300 suppliers across the U.S. The current manufacturing capacity stands at 450,000 vehicles and a further 1,000 new jobs are expected to be added by 2021. Since the plant opened on September 8, 1994, 3.9 million vehicles have been built at the South Carolina location.
New 2019 BMW X7 Photos
New 2019 BMW X7 Specs
|X7 xDr40i||X7 xDr50i|
|Number of Doors||—||5||5|
|Width including mirrors||inches||87.3||87.3|
|Approach angle front||degrees||23.1||23.1|
|Departure angle rear||degrees||20.5||20.5|
|Shoulder width front||inches||60.0||60.0|
|Shoulder room 2nd row||inches||58.1||58.1|
|Shoulder room 3rd row||Inches||47.9||47.9|
|Legroom 2nd row||inches||37.6||37.6|
|Legroom 3rd row||inches||33.3||33.3|
|Headroom 2nd row||inches||39.9||39.9|
|Headroom 3rd row||inches||36.6||36.6|
|Trunk volume (SAE)||ft³||48.6 – 90.4||48.6 – 90.4|
|Fuel Tank capacity||gallons||21.9||21.9|
|Gross vehicle weight||lbs.||6,989||7,253|
|Tow capacity with 3rd party hitch||lbs.||5,950||5,950|
|Tow capacity with factory hitch||lbs.||7,500||7,500|
|Valves per cylinder||—||4||4|
|at rpm||1/min||5,500 – 6,500||5,250 – 6,000|
|Engine torque||ft. lbs.||330||479|
|at rpm||1/min||1,500 – 5,200||1,500 – 4,750|
|Engine oil capacity||quarts||6.9||11.1|
|Output per liter||hp/liter||113.4||105.1|
|Gear ratios 1st gear||—||5.25||5.50|
|Final drive ratio||—||3.64||3.39|
|Tires 21” standard front & rear||285/45R21 113H AS||285/45R21 113H AS|
|Wheels 21” standard front & rear||inches||9.5J x 21||9.5J x 21|
|Tires 22” optional front perf.||275/40R22 107H||275/40R22 107H|
|Tires 22” optional rear perf.||315/35R22 111Y||315/35R22 111Y|
|Wheels 22” optional front & rear||inches||9.5J x 22 / 10.5J x 22||9.5J x 22 / 10.5J x 22|
|EPA Fuel Economy, city / hwy||mpg||tbd||tbd|
New 2019 BMW X7 Price
BMW claims a combined fuel consumptions of 43.5 mpg UK (36.2 mpg US / 6.5 l/100 km) and CO2 emissions of 171 g/km. The BMW X7 xDrive30d will have an MSRP of £72,155 ($95,122/€82,135), or about £11,000 ($14,501/€12,522) more than the entry-level X6. The X5 starts from £57,495 ($75,796/€65,448) locally.
Next comes the BMW X7 M50d, with its 400 PS (394 hp / 294 kW) and 760 Nm (561 lb-ft) of torque. It completes the 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) sprint in 5.4 seconds and goes up to an electronically limited top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph). Pricing starts from £87,240 ($115,009/€99,307) for this version, £17,790 ($23,716/€20,478) more than the X5 M50d.