Sunday, 9 December 2018

2019 BMW X7 SUV

BMW has a flood of details today on your SUV position, 2019 X7. The 2019 BMW X7 will be the largest SUV (or "BMW Machine") in automaker advertising, with three-dimensional housing and room for seven broadcasters. This is not the first three SUV from BMW, but it is the largest, most powerful yet. It has more space than current offerings with the crucial reliability of high-tech technology features and some of the highest enjoyment given by a German version.

How Great Is It?

According to BMW, X7 will be the biggest vehicle in its size. At 203.3 degrees in length, it is less than 3 inches [7 cm], but it is less than 10 inches [10 cm] above the SUV X6 that is present and more than both. At least 78.7 inches and 71.1 inches high, it is about half an inch and 4 inches high than X6. It's also bigger than outside the competition but it's going to fall after Mercedes GLS and Audi Q7 in the inner ways - giving up about an inch of legroom in the second and third numbers. Preferred space is excellent, though: New all
X7 locations at the company and you will receive a maximum of 90.4 square feet of space.

What's under the suit?

At that time, there are two options to choose from, but mated and fast running run and running. An average of 3.0-liter operating cylinder (335 horsepower, 330 billion meters) is controlled by xDrive40i, with a magnitude 4.8-liter V8 (456 hp, 479 lb-ft) sound for xDrive50i. BMW estimates that the two components will increase from X7 to 60 mph to 5.8 seconds in 5.2 seconds, individually. The power is not limited to the operation: Manufactured by factory manufacturers, X7 is selected to weigh up to 7,500 pounds.

How much does it cost?

The X7 xDrive40i starts with $ 73,900. For xDrive50i, the market starts at $ 92,600.

What do I get for all that Cheddar?

The standard features are, as you would expect in a high-end German SUV, abundant. On the base xDrive40i has 21-inch wheels, adjustable pneumatic suspension, electronically controlled dampers, four-zone automatic climate control, blind spot monitoring, lane change warning and mitigation, front and rear collision warning, collision mitigation Front and rear view camera with rear traffic alert. The pneumatic suspension mentioned above is able to reduce the height of the X7 by 0.8 inches (to raise or load cargo) or raise it up to 1.6 inches to get off the beaten path.

Options are also plentiful, including items such as 22-inch wheels, remote start, three-panel panoramic sunroof, a 360-degree surround-view camera, captain's chairs for the second row (reducing the total number of seats to six) and heated ventilated and massage front seats. Another extra available is Active Cruise Control, which is BMW's adaptive radar-based cruise control system that uses GPS to predict traffic and change transmission shift schedules. There's also a wide variety of interior designs to choose from, including nine different leather selections and even glass-made controls for things like the gear lever and the volume knob on the radio.

There are also several packages available that include a Dynamic Handling package (M Sport rear differential, M Sport brakes, adaptive suspension, four-wheel steering), a cold weather package (five-zone automatic climate control, front and rear seats) with heating, heated armrest front seats, heated steering wheel), a Premium package (soft closing automatic doors, electric blinds for the rear windows, heated and cooled cup holders, front screen), and an executive package.

What about tech?

The infotainment interface of the X7 uses the latest version of the BMW iDrive system and a high-resolution 12.3-inch touchscreen display in the middle. As with other iDrive systems, the X7's interface uses a center console-mounted knob and a series of buttons and buttons mounted in the console or dashboard. In our experience, the iDrive system is very easy to use. This interface includes the usual stereo and navigation systems as well as a concierge service, on-street parking information and real-time traffic information, all included in the first four years of ownership.

The xDrive40i comes standard with a 10-speaker stereo and a revised Harman Kardon sound system for the xDrive50i. Both models include a Bowers & Wilkins sound system with 20 speakers as an option. Charging wireless devices and a Wi-Fi hotspot are standard.

In addition to the above features, the X7 has an optional system called the Driving Assistant Professional package. An integral part of this package is the advanced congestion assistant, which offers some interesting functions for stop-and-go traffic. At less than 60 km / h, the X7 can steer, brake and accelerate depending on lane marking and road conditions. The system uses an indoor camera to monitor the driver's nose and eye position to ensure that the driver's attention is on the road. If this is the case, the system can continue operating without the driver having to put his hands on the wheel every 30 to 50 seconds, unlike some similar systems where the steering wheel input is required to be semi-regular.

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