BMW has released the first images of the concept that will soon be in production and will become the SUV flagship – the X7.

The car features a more carved look, complemented by massive air intakes. The front and rear lights are thinner and the radiator grille is the largest in the Bavarian brand.

However, the side profile is more conservative, with the impression of chrome lines and non-standard side mirrors.

As for the interior, it is 6 seats and fully digitized, and the feeling of spaciousness is also enhanced by the panoramic roof. The X7 will ride on the same CLAR platform underpinning the 7 Series and will be built at BMW’s U.S. plant in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

We’ll have to wait until the production X7 makes its debut sometime during the coming auto show season to see how close it is to this polarizing concept. However it ends up looking, we’ll see the X7 on sale next year as a 2019 model.

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