The 2018 LA Auto Show saw BMW introduce some captivating new vehicles. This includes the largest BMW SUV ever made, the new X7. Sure, sometimes you need a Bimmer to rocket around a track. And sometimes you need one that still has superb performance and also gives you the largest amount of cargo space or seating in the entire make. The BMW X7 interior doesn’t just make you more capable, it’s also elegantly refined, comfortable, and delivers a considerable amount of technology.
Adaptability to Spare
The BMW X7 focuses on giving its drivers something very rare in a vehicle today: flexibility. A third-row comes standard, and it’s incredibly spacious. The problem with many SUVs that offer a third row is that those furthest back pretty much need to adopt the fetal position to ride anywhere. With the BMW X7, those in the back can stretch out comfortably.
Not only this, but the comforts of the largest BMW SUV ever made extend to this third row as well. The glass panoramic roof goes all the way back, offering a beautiful view to all.
The X7 offers 48.6 cubic feet of cargo space. That easily surpasses the X5’s already spacious 33.9 cubic feet. Fold the second and third rows down and that expands to a whopping 90.4 cubic feet. Again, compare it to the X5’s impressive 72.3 cubic feet with its back seats folded down.
Focus on Comfort & Relaxation
The BMW X7 interior delivers clean lines and impressively streamlined design. What’s truly impressive is how the X7 is designed to make the world around you feel large and spacious, too. There’s something about the way it presents the outside world as you drive or ride in it that seems inviting. BMW’s delivery of the technology is, as always, very focused. Gone are the thousand buttons and dials other makers seem intent on confusing you with; the X7 makes its tech easy to use and master.
The BMW X7 seems most focused on making your life easier. Adaptability makes planning less stressful, and the sunny, spacious, streamlined ride makes your day more comfortable.