BMW has revealed its flagship SUV – the BMW X7 – its first true alternative to the all-conquering Range Rover
The BMW X7 will go on sale in April 2019 with a starting price of £72,155. That’ll buy you the ‘basic’ 265hp xDrive 30d diesel.
The next step up is the £74,155 340hp xDrive 40i petrol, while at the top of the tree you’ll find the £87,240 M50d diesel with 400hp courtesy of three turbos.
The X7’s king-SUV status means it competes with models such as the Mercedes G-Wagon, Range Rover and the Audi Q8, which start from £92,025, £76,795 and £51,425 respectively.
We’ve yet to drive the BMW X7, but check out our price, specs and release date story for all the information we have so far.
The BMW X7 will be available with a choice of three engines all with six cylinders and a 3.0-litre capacity