In its home market, the all-new BMW X7 debuted to the general public on October 17, 2018, and its international debut took place on the catwalks of the November Los Angeles Auto Show. The novelty has taken the flagship position in the off-road line of the manufacturer and is also intended to impose competition on the British Range Rover and the German GLS. The car received a line of turbocharged power units, a luxurious and spacious interior, a full list of modern options and designs in the current, at the moment, corporate style.
First of all, I would like to note the huge chrome nostrils of the radiator grill. They climb onto the hood, reach the amplifier, and are decorated with vertical raised chrome ribs. The headlights have received a narrow, elongated shape, two focusing lenses, and an eyeliner made of thin lines of LED daytime running lights. As for the rear, the massive exhaust pipes, a small spoiler above the rear window, and atypical small brake lights interconnected with a chrome strip are striking.
2019 2020 2021 2022 BMW X7 Transmission Fluid Capacity and Transmission Fluid Type
|Transmission type||Fluid capacity||Fluid type|
|4.4L 8 speed GA8HP76Z Automatic Transmission||Total Fill 9.9 quarts (9.4 liters)||SL188|
|3.0L 8 speed GA8HP51Z Automatic Transmission||Total Fill 9.8 quarts (9.3 liters)||SL188|
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