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2023 BMW X7

BMW's biggest SUV is getting gets a refresh for the 2023 model year that updates the front end to bring it in line with the brand's new design language. The biggest change here is the redesigned headlights that have been split into two sections that puts the daytime running lights up top with the brand's twin headlight design while the bottom section houses the adaptive matrix LED headlights. It will also feature an updated kidney grille with cascade lighting (standard on the M60i) and satin aluminum accents on the lower air intakes. 

The rear lights have also been updated with a new 3D design and side graphics and a chrome strip is situated under the light housing to add a luxurious touch. Three engine options will be available: an xDrive40i with a 380 hp six-cylinder, an M60i xDrive with a 530 hp V8, and an xDrive40d with a six-cylinder 352 hp engine. All of the engines will include 48V mild hybrid technology and an all-new eight-speed Steptronic transmission. 

Additional features include a BMW Curved display that features a 12.3" information display and a 14.9" control display, BMW's latest System 8 operating system, a new instrument panel with slim air vents, new driver assistance systems, BMW Digital Key Plus for all X7 models, and an Alpina XB7 model will also be set for launch in early 2023. 

The new X7 will arrive in Q3 2022. 

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