The latest limited edition of X7 SUV is anticipated to be soon launched on global markets. The company is putting only 500 pieces of this Dark Shadow version for sale.
The Frozen Arctic Grey finish will be given to each piece, a shade that has never really made its appearance on a BMW product. This will have glossy black bars, kidney grilles, roof rails, and regular 22-inch matt black alloy wheels.
The car consists of a mixing blue and black leather carpeting Merino, a headliner for Night Blue Alcantara, and a matching display screen. BMW announced that the car even comes with a surround audio system from Bowers & Wilkins Diamond, an electrically adjustable roof, a head-up screen, massaging head-ups, and a wide range of back-seat activities for limited quantities.
A 4.4 liter, a twin-turbo V8 petrol engine, generating 530hp and 750Nm of torque, is employed in Dark Shadow Edition cars built on the high-speed X7 M50i with an 8-speed automated gearbox. BMW says the X7 will achieve the maximum operating speed of 250 kph from 0-100 kph in 4.5 seconds. Up to 100 % of the drive to the back wheels can be sent by the electronic M Sport 4WD differential and reverse-biased xDrive system. Last month itself, M50d has been added to the range, priced from Rs 1,63 crore (ex-showroom, India).
In August, production starts with the majority of the X7 range at the BMW site in South Carolina, USA and shipments are scheduled to arrive by the end of this year. BMW has yet to release its aims to distribute the X7 Dark Shadow Version.