Available in both a six or seven-seater configuration, this limited edition comes exclusively with the automaker’s Frozen Arctic Grey metallic finish, the first time this shade has ever been used in the X series. To complement the slated look, BMW employed Individual High Gloss Shadow Lines around the window surrounds, the kidney grille, B and C-pillars, the exterior mirror bases, while the tailpipe covers get a gloss black finish. It also comes complete with standard 22-inch M light-alloy wheels boasting a V-spoke design, finished immacuately with a Jet Black matte tone.
As for the interior, you’ll be getting an M leather steering wheel as well as full BMW Individual Merino leather upholstery featuring Night Blue and Black contrasting seams, as well as a roofline finished in the blue tone in Alcantara. Finally, in terms of power, the new X7 limited edition carries a 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8, capable of pushing out 523 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque.
For those interested, the new 2021 BMX X7 Dark Shadow Edition will start at $120,490 USD, including a $1,000 USD deposit.
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