The X7 wears a price tag to match its considerable size – the xDrive40i starts at $74,895 (including the $995 destination charge). Giant 21-inch rims are standard, along with powered heated side mirrors, roof rails, a power liftgate, front and rear parking sensors, adaptive LED headlights, and automatic high beams and wipers. The interior gets 16-way heated and powered front seats, wood trim, automatic four-zone climate control with memory settings, a panoramic moonroof, push-button start, keyless entry, ambient lighting, and wireless charging. Cockpit tech includes a 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen with Apple CarPlay compatibility (subscription-based after the first year), navigation, BMW’s iDrive suite of apps, and a rearview camera. An M-Sport Design upgrade adds aggressive exterior accents for $2,900.
Also available are a startling seven package options, starting with a Cold Weather Package ($1,200) that includes a heated steering wheel, heated front-row armrests, and five-zone automatic climate control. Next is the Dynamic Handling Package ($3,850), which upgrades the brakes and adds four-wheel steering and an adaptive suspension.
Extra safety tech is bundled into the Driving Assistance Professional Package ($1,700), which includes adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, automatic lane changes, collision avoidance, front cross-traffic alert, and a highway-enabled traffic jam assistant. A Parking Assistance Package ($700) adds a parking assistant and a surround-view camera, while an Off-road Package ($1,650) adds adventure goodies like a mechanical differential lock, off-road drive modes, and front and rear sump guards.
In the luxury department, a Luxury Seating Package ($1,600) swaps in 20-way multi-contour front seats, which are both ventilated and massage-capable. Finally, the Premium Package ($3,000) includes gesture control, heated and cooled cup holders, a head-up display, remote start, soft-close doors, electric rear side window shades, and a Harman Kardon audio system.
Leather upholstery is an extra $1,450, and 22-inch rims are available for $1,300. Other notable standalone options include remote start ($300), aluminum running boards ($400), a larger moonroof with integrated LED lighting ($750), multi-contour seats ($750), glass controls ($650), a heated steering wheel and front armrests ($250), leather trim for the dashboard ($1,200), second-row captain’s chairs ($600), gesture control ($190), a Bowers & Wilkins sound system ($4,200), a rear entertainment system ($2,200), upgraded brakes ($650), and four-wheel steering ($1,150).