2021 BMW X7 Dark Shadow Edition Unveiled With Distinctive Styling
- on August 11, 2020
- Categories: Car Reviews
The 2021 BMW X7 Dark Shadow Edition is here with distinct styling features that make the vehicle even more superior. Interested customers have to act fast because only 600 units are planned worldwide. We do not know how many are coming to Australia, but considering the United States will get only 75, we may receive just a handful of them.
Coming to the features, the luxury crossover uses the X7 M50i as the base model and sports it with BMW’s Individual Frozen Arctic Grey, which is a dark grey paint with a lusterless finish. There are multiple places outside, which are decorated by Extended Shadowline. We can see shiny black bits on the door trim, B- and C-pillar covers, bottom of the mirrors, roof rails, kidney grille, and over the air inlets. The prominent thing in the side profile is 22-inch V-spoke wheels with a Jett Black polish. The trapezoidal exhaust outlets at the back have a black chrome finish.
Step inside, and we find the Merino leather upholstery with a combination of Night Blue and Black. The headliner wraps itself around Night Blue Alcantara, and the same shade in Nappa leather adorns the higher part of the dashboard, door panels, and armrests. The rear portion of the dashboard and front seatbacks are covered with Black Merino leather. We can also find Piano Black trim at the lower part of centre console.
All the BMW’s available packages, including the Driving Assistance Professional Package, Cold Weather Package, Luxury Seating Package, and Executive Package, are part of this limited-edition crossover. So, expect it to be highly luxurious, safe, and comfortable.
The only choice the customers can have is the decision between two captain's chairs for the second row and a bench accommodating three passengers.
The 2021 BMW X7 Dark Shadow Edition is powered by a 4.4 litre twin-turbo V8 churning out 523 horsepower (390 kilowatts) and 750 Newton-meters (553 pound-feet) of torque. The power goes to all the wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The 2021 BMW X7 Dark Shadow Edition will be developed at the Spartanburg plant in the US by the end of this year, wearing a price tag of $119,495 (excluding $995 destination charge). We do not know yet what it will cost in Australia. Interested customers in America can make a $1,000 refundable deposit to book the crossover. Again, we have no confirmation from BMW Australia yet, about this deposit. Once it hits the road here, its most significant rival will be the Mercedes-Benz GLS.