BMW has provided a glimpse of its all-new Range Rover rivalling BMW X7 with official pre-production images
Built on the BMW 7 Series platform, the luxe SUV is rumoured to make its public debut sometime in 2018, most likely at the Paris motor show.
Specific details are scarce, but the teaser images confirm that the BMW X7’s design has been strongly influenced by BMW’s X7 iPerformance Concept and will sport a bold kidney grille, potentially serving as a stylistic pointer for other future BMW models.
BMW hasn’t shown images of the interior, but potential highlights are said to include huge colour displays, minimalist switchgear, interactive LEDs, the option of seven seats and ample room to stretch and luxuriate.
Expect a number of engine choices too, with a number of petrol and diesel engines and hybrid drivetrains possibly making it into production.
Although the BMW X7 might rival the Range Rover in size, presence and luxury, don’t expect the BMW to offer the Range Rover’s off-roading capability.
The BMW X7 will be manufactured at alongside BMW’s other SUV models at their plant in Spartanburg in the USA.