BMW X7 Rendering

by Bernie McGroarty on May 23, 2014, 8:20 am
While the X7 is still a while off, I'm sure many are wondering what BMW's next big thing, and it should be big, will look like. Theophilus Chin has released an excellent rendering of what we may see when the X7 is released. The X7 will be the largest SUV ever produced by the German automaker and it will be made here in the US, the land of bigger is better. BMW's Spartanburg Plant will produce the X7 along with most of BMW's X line up. Give the renders a look and let us know what you think.

”x7 render”

”x7 render”

Render credits: TheophilusChin.


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5 responses to BMW X7 Rendering

Socal2025 commented:
May 23, 2014, 10:17 am

I think it will take some time for one to get used to it. The back looks like the Mercedes GL.
F15X5 commented:
May 23, 2014, 11:30 am

Quote:
Originally Posted by Socal2025 View Post
I think it will take some time for one to get used to it. The back looks like the Mercedes GL.
that's exactly what i was thinking.
opasha commented:
May 23, 2014, 3:21 pm

Looks way too short/smushed, still. If it's going to be competing with Mercedes GL, Infiniti QX, Lexus LX, Cadillac Escalade, etc etc, it needs to be bigger. One thing I hate about BMW is how minute the differences are between their cars. You can easily tell the difference between a GLK, an ML, and a GL. However, with the X1 to X3 to X5, the changes are very very subtle. You're paying way more money, the car should be that much bigger. Granted, the X5 def pulls away from the X3 in terms of size and shape now. However, if they're going to make the LARGEST suv in their lineup, it needs to be much larger than the X5, especially if the X5 already comes with a third row option. I'm sorry, but these renders are absolutely hideous/impractical in regards to competition, except for the last one; however, it still needs to be increased in the height. That's the problem with renders - they just take an X5 and stretch it with photoshop/recopy and recolor images to blend.
fq commented:
May 24, 2014, 2:40 am

I am not feeling many of the current BMW designs, especially the 3-series and the X5. Not to offend anyone on this board but I find teh front of the current X5 quite hideous. I hope BMW improves its design language going forward, especially the Hoffmeister kink. The Hoffmeister kink should go back to having rounded corners as opposed to the current trend of making it pointy.
lewmar68 commented:
June 9, 2014, 8:10 am

I am a big BMW fan, I really like all of them except for the one series, it is quite expensive, and looks very cheap.