What do you want to know about the BMW X7 xDrive50i?
I just recently had the chance to pick up a BMW X7 xDrive50i from BMW’s Woodcliff Lake HQ in New Jersey. It’s my ride until next week and, so far, it’s been a very interesting car. This is my first go in an X7, as I’d only previously ridden in the back of it but never before behind the wheel. So I’m still learning it.
However, I’d also like to share with you readers what it’s like to live with, separately from my upcoming review. So here’s what I’d like you to do: if you have a question, leave it in the comments section below. After the comments and questions start rolling in, I’ll make a short video answering all of your questions and, depending on the question, demonstrate the answer as well.
Just to eliminate any spec questions and make them more about what the car is like to drive and be in, I’ll share my spec of X7. The car in question is a 2019 BMW X7 xDrive50i. That means it packs a 4.4 liter twin-turbocharged V8 with a very healthy 456 hp. My tester is painted Artic Grey Metallic and it has the lovely Ivory White/Night Blue Full Merino leather interior option. While having a blue interior isn’t really my thing, I really like the inside of this X7. It just looks and feels so premium and special.
My test car also has the glass control option, so it has the spangly shifter that’s much nicer in person than it is in photos. My car also has the off-road package, though, it’s doubtful I’ll ever use it. Still, it’s cool to know it has it. It also has several other packages and options, all of which bring the price tag up to an eye-watering $108,000.
So shoot your questions below and there will be a follow up video to answer them all.
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