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The BMW X7 Facelift for 2023 has been Leaked Ahead of Its Global Debut

BMW’s new split headlight design, which will also be seen on the upcoming 7 Series and other models, has been leaked.

BMW is working on a facelift for its largest SUV, and an image of the facelifted X7 has surfaced after more than a year of testing. Wilco Blok’s Instagram page was the first to post the image. The image was given no context other than the fact that the new X7 had leaked.

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  • Facelifted X7 features BMW’s split headlamp design
  • No significant changes are expected for the interior or powertrain
BMW X7 Facelift
BMW X7 Facelift

What does The Leaked Image of The 2023 BMW X7 Reveal?

The image shows BMW’s split headlamp design, which will be seen on the upcoming BMW 7 Series and i7 electric sedan, as well as possibly other future models. Aside from that, the front bumper has been updated to include triangular-shaped intake vents. The SUV’s side profile appears to have remained unchanged, but additional chrome embellishments and a new set of alloys are expected. There is no image of the new X7’s backside. BMW is unlikely to make significant changes to the interior of the X7, and we don’t expect major changes to the powertrain either.

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BMW X7 Facelift
BMW X7 Facelift

In the coming months, the updated model is expected to make its global debut.

The BMW X7 is Now Available in India

The X7 is BMW’s largest SUV sold in the United States. It competes with Mercedes-Benz GLS, Audi Q7, and Volvo XC90, with prices ranging from Rs 1.10 crore to Rs 1.75 crore. The 7-seater is powered by a 265hp 3.0-litre straight-six diesel engine, a 340hp 3.0-litre petrol engine, and the M50d’s top-of-the-range 400hp quad-turbo diesel engine.

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BMW X7 Facelift
BMW X7 Facelift

The facelifted BMW X4 was recently introduced in India.

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