Home Car News  Introducing BMW X7 40i M Sport 50 Jahre M Edition launched at Rs 1.21 crore

 Introducing BMW X7 40i M Sport 50 Jahre M Edition launched at Rs 1.21 crore

by Navyatha Sandiri
BMW X7 40i M Sport 50

At a cost of Rs. 1.21 crore, BMW has introduced the X7 40i M Sport 50 Jahre M Edition in India (ex-showroom, India). After the M340i, 630i M Sport, 530i M Sport, and the recently released M4 Competition, this is the fifth special edition BMW. BMW will launch five more 50 Jahre M Editions in India as part of the ongoing 50th-anniversary festivities of its M division, which will also include additional M Sport and M models.

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Exterior highlights of the BMW X7 40i M Sport 50 Jahre M Edition.

The 50 Jahre M Edition has significant visual upgrades over the ordinary X7 and is only offered in Mineral White and Carbon Black as BMW Individual paint colors. The gloss black kidney grille and the 21-inch black alloy wheels with gloss black polished brake calipers are some of these improvements.

One of the BMW X7’s most recognizable features is the front. The distinctive M Emblem is positioned on top of the incredibly big kidney grille in black high gloss, adding a final touch. The front, rear, and wheel hub caps all have the M symbol. Blue X-shaped features in the BMW Laser Light technology create a striking visual statement. The modern and sporty side aspect is characterized by large windows and a tall roofline. The SAV’s spaciousness is highlighted by the long doors in the back. The horizontal lines, compact LED lighting, and two-section split tailgate gives the vehicle a modern appearance.

The BMW X7 40i M Sport 50 Jahre M Edition SUV, like the earlier special editions, offers a distinctive appearance with semicircles in blue, violet, and red. It also receives extra M emblems, at the front, back, and on the hub caps, inspired by early BMW Motorsport race cars. A steering wheel, key fob, and wing mirror caps coated in Alcantara and carbon fiber are all part of BMW’s optional M Accessories Package.

The vehicle has 21″ 752M Jet Black Alloy wheels, 2-axle air suspension, BMW xDrive, and Black High Gloss M Sport brake calipers. It comes in a variety of eye-catching yet sophisticated paint finishes, like Mineral White and Carbon Black.

The cockpit, a hallmark of X models, has a raised seat position with an all-around view and is characterized by distinctive BMW driver orientation. The interior is further enhanced by features like M Seat Belts, M Leather Steering Wheel, Seat Heating with Lumbar Support, Electrical Seat Adjustment with Memory Function, and Automatic Anti-Dazzle Function in All Mirrors.

Interior and engine details for the BMW X7 40i M Sport 50 Jahre M Edition

The layout and interior of the cabin are mostly the same as those of the normal X7 40i M Sport, with special touches such as the glass inserts on the gear selector, iDrive control knob, audio control button, and start/stop button. The 50 Jahre M Edition has the same features as the standard vehicle, including a 12.3-inch digital driver’s display and infotainment system, five-zone climate control, a panoramic sunroof, two 10.2-inch touchscreen infotainment screens for rear passengers, a 16-speaker Harman Kardon audio system, and wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto.

The 340hp, 450Nm, 3.0-liter six-cylinder turbo-petrol engine that powers the ordinary BMW X7 40i M Sport 50 Jahre M Edition remains unchanged mechanically. The limited edition X7 accelerates from 0-100kph in just 6.1 seconds when connected to an 8-speed torque converter automatic transmission.

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Six airbags, Attention Assistance, Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), Cornering Brake Control (CBC), electric parking brake with auto hold, side-impact protection, electronic vehicle immobilizer and crash sensor, ISOFIX child seat mounting, and an integrated emergency spare wheel under the load floor are just a few of the safety features offered by BMW vehicles “as read and reported by www.autocarindia.com”.