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Look: 2023 BMW X7 Facelift in Sparkling Copper Metallic

BMW will release BMW X7 in the United States, and this facelifted X7 in Sparkling Copper Metallic is just one example. This is the base model for the United States market, the 2023 BMW X7 xDrive40i.

Its mild-hybrid setup allows it to operate at very low speeds only when running on electric power alone. BMW doesn’t say how fast it goes, although it probably isn’t that fast compared to a stroll in the park.  The B58 in the X7 xDrive40i provides 380 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque, but with the hybrid motor, the maximum torque output is 398 lb-ft. 5.8 seconds is BMW’s 0-60 time. BMW X7s have all-wheel drive and an 8-speed automatic. BMW X7s include xDrive all-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission.

All X7 models will come equipped with a two-axle air suspension and electrically controlled dampers. The air suspension could boost the ride height by up to 40 mm, making the car more suitable for soft-roading. Dropping the ride height 20mm creates a sportier, more aggressive look. If your speed reaches 198 km/h, it happens automatically (or 86 miles per hour). Ride height and suspension can be modified in xRocks, xSand, xSnow, and xGravel.

One of the most striking updates to the BMW X7 are the redesigned front and interior styling. The new BMW X7 LCI has been completely reimagined and bears little resemblance to its predecessor. The exterior, controls, and powertrain have all been updated. Also, the new layout features the upper and lower halves of the headlights. The redesigned X7, like the X6 and the next 7 Series, will include an optional illuminated kidney grille. The massive new iDrive 8 display first seen in the BMW iX has made its way into the redesigned BMW X7 Facelift.

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