At BMW’s annual press conference recently, CEO Harald Krueger reiterated a previously confirmed fact – that a leviathan BMW X7 SUV will be built, slotting above the X5 when it goes on sale either in late 2017 or early 2018. A slide accompanying that BMW has confirmed that an all-new X7 flagship SUV will join its range in 2018 – and the German brand is plotting a $1bn overhaul of its US-based factory to copy with increased demand. With 450,000 BMW X-SUVs set to roll out of Spartanburg’s doors by BMW has started the development of the X7 almost two years ago. This forthcoming new SUV is codenamed as the ‘GO7’ internally and will be the biggest SUV manufactured by the luxury carmaker. The new X7 SUV will reportedly ride on the HPLC architecture What It Is: An artist’s impression of what the upcoming BMW X7 über-SUV could look like. It will be a far bigger vehicle than the X5, offering a fully usable third row. Currently, the X5 is available with tiny third-row seats that are suitable only for BMW has confirmed that it will launch the X7 SUV and an open top version of the i8 coupe in 2018. This was announced by Harald Kruger, chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG at their 96thAGM held in Munich today. The automaker has also said it will The German based automaker BMW has recently announced the first official details on the upcoming X7 large luxury SUV, as the model in question will become available in 2017 or 2018. Rumors on BMW planning a larger and more luxurious SUV than the current X5 .
The upcoming 2018 bmw x7 large SUV is set to spawn an ultra-luxurious four-seater flagship model, according to reports. In the moments after the X7 was teased at BMW’s annual press conference just over a week ago, brand sales boss Ian Robertson According to reports, the new BMW X7 is expected to be launched in international markets by 2018. The carmaker is likely to manufacture around 45,000 X7 units annually. The X7 range is likely to be priced from around 130,000 euros onwards. Once launched BMW’s X7, which is expected to arrive in early 2018, initially was conceived as a seven-seater in order to take on the likes of the Mercedes-Benz GLS-class and the Audi Q7. (The smaller BMW X5 offers a third row, but it’s cramped.) Now comes word BMW will launch the X7, its range-topping SUV in 2018. Veiled photos of the three-row SUV indicate it to be substantially bigger than the X5. However design and technical details of the X7 remain under wraps. What is known is that the X7 will share .