2018 BMW X7 Will Have Ultra-Luxurious Four-Seating Option

Volvo’s new XC90 Excellence, the best in class Cadillac Escalade and irresistible Mercedes-Benz GLS are getting one big and important rival. This highly luxurious segment may not boast with hundreds of thousands sales per a year, but it is really important which model rules in this class. This is why BMW is finally thinking to join the extra-exclusive segment. The famous German car manufacturer is already working on the all-new seven-seating BMW X7, which will cost a little bit below $100K. Now, the company thinks to add one more, even more extravagant and luxurious  that will feature  four-seating arrangement.

2018 BMW X7 interior

Volvo XC90 Excellence Interior

2018 BMW X7: Interior Luxury

In contrast to regular X7 that will have three rows of seating for seven passengers, the luxurious BMW X7 four-seat model will use all that interior space to accommodate just four people. The manufacturer will likely wrap the spacious seats in Nappa lather and will add heating and ventilating, and possibly massaging options. Between rear seats, the 2018 BMW X7 will definitely have refrigerator with bottle and glass holders. Except of leather, the full-size crossover SUV will also have some wood and chrome details inside. This will make it even more luxurious, which will be additionally enriched with the best tech the carmaker will have to offer at the moment.

Four-Seat BMW X7 Will Get A Plug-In Hybrid Powertrain?

The highly-luxurious BMW X7 will ride on the 35up platform, just like the regular version. The architecture features plenty of carbon fiber and aluminum, so the crossover might be quite light for its footprint, which will make this high-end model ultra-efficient. Speaking of the economy, this 2017 BMW X7 might have a plug-in hybrid powertrain. Allegedly, the carmaker plans to equip the SUV with the amazing 2.0-liter direct-injection turbo engine that produces 241 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque that will be paired to an electric motor with 94 horsepower.

The range-topping four-seat BMW X7 will definitely hit the US showrooms, but in contrast to regular model that will be priced below $100K, this one will go over this figure.

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