Say hello to more polarization, upgraded BMW X7.
That’s not a surprise, as the car has been tracked many times, but it represents a significant departure from the current car’s more conventional design.
The upper array of lights will include LED daytime running lights and indicators, while the main headlights will be located in the lower row of lights.
This split-level lighting arrangement is becoming more and more common, especially with SUVs. Other vehicles with split-level lights include Hyundai’s SUV line-up, Nissan Jukeand upgrade money Jeep Cherokee.
Two different front bumper designs are expected: one for models equipped with the M Sport package, the other for those without.
The changes back will likely be more subtle, based on our spy shots. The taillight graphics appear slightly different, although they retain the same shape and look still linked by a chrome strip.
The rear bumper has been redesigned and the quad exhausts have a slightly different shape than current M Sport models.
Inside, the X7 will feature a new 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a 14.9-inch touchscreen infotainment system found across the BMW range.
While not as rounded as the Cadillac Escalade’s display, it has a similar wrap-around effect.
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