2022 New York Auto Show: Highlights

2023 BMW X7
Running the latest version of BMW iDrive, the X7 gets a new curved display that BMW introduced in the iX. Heated comfort seats are now standard on the X7, with the option of adding active seat ventilation and massage functions. The new X7 features an innovative vegan surface material called Sensafin that looks and feels like leather. Two engines are available for the 2023 BMW X7: the xDrive 4.0i gets a new 3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo 6-cylinder unit producing 375 horsepower (40 hp more than the current version) while the M60i boasts a TwinPower Turbo V8 producing 523 horsepower. Pricing starts at $77,850 for the X7 xDrive 40i; the X7 M60i comes in at $103,100. Look for the 2023 BMW X7 to arrive in showrooms this fall. A more powerful ALPINA XB7 will join the lineup early next year.

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