BMW X7 is going to launch in India with an estimated price of Rs. 1.20 crore. The X7 slots in above the X5 in nearly every measurement, and its size is its chief virtue, as it promises better third-row accommodations and more cargo space—along with a higher luxury quotient to go with its larger price tag.
The entirety of the X7's interior, in fact, looks rich, especially in the optional two-tone blue-and-white leather color scheme pictured here. The latest version of BMW's iDrive software is on hand, as is the company's new digital gauge cluster. On the outside, the X7 looks nearly identical to the concept version, with enormous kidney grilles up front and a squared-off greenhouse in the rear that seems purpose-built to maximize third-row headroom.