Will the 600-horsepower, 7-seater SUV from BMW look like this?
The launch of the X7 variant with the letter “M” is only a matter of time. Fans of the Bavarian manufacturer are waiting for a new model as soon as the first information about the plans to create X7 appeared few years ago.
Today, a talented graphic artist hiding under the pseudonym X-Tomi Design, prepared his vision of a new model combining the production version of the SUV and accents known from other models in the M range.
The car looks really good and much better than the base model. The front belt has been redesigned and decorated with black elements. The air intakes have been enlarged, the suspension has been lowered and the wheel arches seem to be slightly widened.
We can safely assume that if the X7 M comes into production, we will see a 4.4-litre V8 twin turbocharged engine under the hood. BMW is resigning from the V12 in Series 7 and has announced that we will not see it in the stronger version of Series 8, which means that we will not see it in the huge SUV either.
The power of the drive unit will be increased to about 600 hp, allowing a sprint from 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in less than 5 seconds. Today, in the top X7 xDrive50i version, it generates 462 hp (340 kW) and 479 pound-feet (649 Nm).