BMW will offer a strictly limited allocation of the all-new X7 Dark Shadow Edition model in both xDrive30d and M50i variants with Australian arrival in March 2021.
Just 10 examples of the Dark Shadow Edition – comprising five of each powertrain – will be available to local customers from the global allocation of 500.
Featuring a host BMW Individual offerings, the X7 Dark Shadow Edition is draped in a stealthy ‘Frozen Arctic Grey’ metallic paintwork complemented by V-Spoke 22-inch light alloy wheels in Jet Black matt finish.
Deeper in the details, high gloss accented trim replace the chrome finishers to deliver a heightened visual impression. Elsewhere, the dark tinted rear windows enhances the dramatic exterior aesthetic while providing additional privacy for rear seat passengers.
The M Sport brake callipers finished in blue combine with the blue-hued X design feature of the BMW Laserlight system to provide a dynamic contrast.
Inside, the X7 Dark Shadow Edition features luxurious BMW Comfort Seats upholstered in supple two-tone full leather Merino Night Blue/Black and high-end quilted patterns.
The cockpit horizon, which reflects the rich deep hues of a darkened sky, is framed by an instrument panel upper section and upper door surfaces finished in Walknappa leather in Night Blue.
The Alcantara headliner in matching Night Blue shade provides a progressive alternative to conventional offerings while adding another level of sophistication.
Precisely crafted aluminium inlays adorn the ‘Fineline Black’ interior surface – a first for BMW X7 – to provide a seamless aesthetic by unifying the two materials as one.
BMW’s signature CraftedClarity crystal glass treatment is applied to the gearshift selector, iDrive controller and Start/Stop button and adds a feeling of class and elegance.
An ‘Edition Dark Shadow’ signet on the centre console provides confirms the model’s exclusivity while adding a premium finishing touch.
The X7 Dark Shadow Edition xDrive30d is powered by a 3.0 litre 6-cylinder turbo diesel delivering 195kW and 620Nm, while the flagship M50i variant is motivated by a 4.4 litre 8-cylinder twin-turbo petrol engine that produces 390kW and 750Nm.
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