BMW X7 SUV sold out for MY 2019 - next batch available in 2020
BMW X7, the flagship SUV from the German marquee was launched in India in the final week of July for the ex-showroom cost of Rs 98.90 lakh. The company now states it has already sold out units for 2019. While the company has started accepting bookings for the same, the next batch of the X7 SUVs will be delivered from January next year.
Speaking of the BMW X7, the company offers two variants at this price - xDrive 30d and the xDrive40i. While the former (diesel) is locally assembled, the latter (petrol) variant is a CBU (completely built-up unit).
The diesel variant xDrive 30d gets an in-line six 3.0-litre engine producing 265PS at 4,000rpm and 620Nm at 2,000-2,500rpm. The petrol variant also uses an in-line six 3.0-litre producing 340PS at 5,500-6,500rpm and 450Nm at 1,500-5,200rpm. The diesel variant has a 0-100kmph time of 7 seconds whereas the petrol variant does the same in 6.1 seconds.
Rudratej Singh, President and Chief Executive Officer, BMW Group India said, "The first-ever BMW X7 is a statement of the new, driven and highly successful India. When we launched the X7 here, we knew we have a best-in-class product that will clearly establish itself as a leader in the segment. It received a phenomenal response from all over India and has been completely booked within three months of launch. The overwhelming success of the X7 is also proof that there is always a demand for the highest standards of quality and products that live up to these standards will be successful, regardless of the market situation. For us, X7 is only the beginning. BMW India has the freshest portfolio in the luxury car market and all our latest launches are generating tremendous demand."
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