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BMW is no stranger to dramatic design, and the three-row X7, which gets updated for 2023, is no exception. The changes include a new front end that looks fascinating, as well as new interior technology and enhancements to the inline-six and V-8 engine choices. After 40,000 miles with a 2020 X7 M50i model, we didn’t have many problems with BMW’s flagship SUV, and these improvements appear to further strengthen its status within the big luxury SUV sector. We’ll let you determine what you think of the new design.
The new face of the X7 is a glimpse of what will be seen on the next 2023 7-series and electric i7 flagship sedans, both of which will be presented soon. On the high-performance M60i variant, BMW shaved off the lower half of the X7’s headlamps, and the huge kidney grille is lit. On the basic xDrive40i, the light-up grille is an option. At first glance, the rear end appears to be mostly same, but the taillights now include triangular 3D features.
There are also a slew of additional color options, including 40 BMW unique variations in nonmetallic and matte finishes. Gloss black trim, 21-inch wheels, and trapezoidal exhaust tips are included with the M Sport option. An M emblem on the grille (new for the M-badged variant), a body package, and 22-inch wheels distinguish the M60i model. The option of a set of 23-inchers with summer tires is new for 2023.
The 2023 BMW X7 will be available in the United States by the end of the year, with prices beginning at $78,845 for the xDrive 40i, which boosts the price while still beating the Lexus LX and Jeep Grand Wagoneer, and $104,095 for the M60i. BMW expects the Alpina XB7 to enter the roster in the first quarter of next year, with a starting price of roughly $145,000.