BMW’s new flagship SUV, the X7 is headed to India soon. When it arrives, the BMW X7 will come with 3.0-litre six-cylinder petrol and diesel engine options, which will be followed by the range-topping X7 M50d variant at a later date. The standard X7 models – the xDrive40i and xDrive30d – will be available in three trims each, including the top-spec M Sport package. The model tested here is the petrol-engined X7 xDrive40i M Sport. Beyond being a full size larger than the X5 and limousine-like on the inside, the new X7 leaves a very strong first impression.
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