- The BMW X7 Dark Shadow edition features a Frozen Arctic Grey metallic paint finish.
- The limited-edition model will only be produced in 500 units worldwide.
BMW Group India has launched the new BMW X7 ‘Dark Shadow’ Edition in India for Rs 2.02 crores (ex-showroom). It will be manufactured at the Bavarian carmaker’s Spartanburg plant in California, USA, and will be limited to 500 units worldwide. The new Limited Edition of the M Sport design program will be available in India as a CBU unit. Customers who are interested in booking it can do so directly at the shop.bmw.in. The Frozen Arctic Grey metallic paint finish is the X7 Dark Shadow edition’s main selling point.
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Cosmetically, black exterior elements are provided in the new limited edition. It has a huge kidney grille in dark chrome on the front and side windows. In addition, black chrome is also finished with B and C column coverings, air supplies, the outside mirror foundation, and exhaust tube coverings. The SAV has a set of 22-inch M light-alloy wheels with a jet-black matte finish on its sides on a V-speak design
The X7 Dark shadow cabin is draped in a full-leather individual Merino tile, finished with contrasting seams in a double toned Blue/Black theme. A night blue with Alcantara finishing is provided by the BMW individual roof liner. The center console is finished and features the edition logo in the Piano Black Shade. The signature crystal gear lever is also included. Other highlights include a panoramic sunroof sky-lounge, air conditioning in five zones, M-leather steering wheel, door sofa-closer, etc. In addition, the driver and front passenger receive electrically adjustable comfortable seats with a memory function.
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The Safety Kit consists of six airbags, Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), including the Cornering Brake Controller (CBC), Attentiveness Support, Crash Sensor, Electric car park brakers, ISOFIX child seat mounting, side-impact protection, and a load-floor built-in emergency wheel.
The performance of the BMW X7 M50d comes from a 3.0-liter six-cylinder diesel engine, with a peak torque of 760Nm and a maximum capacity of 398 bhp. A step-Tronic eight-speed automatic gearbox is attached to the engine. In just 5.4 seconds, this specific variant should reach 0 to 100 kph. The M Sport differential is available as standard, while electronically-controlled automatic differential locks “as read and reported by droom. in”.