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2019 BMW X7 xDrive50i – Luxury Full-Size SUV

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2019 BMW X7 xDrive50i – Luxury Full-Size SUV. 2019 BMW X7 xDrive50i – Drive, Interior and Exterior. Subscribe.

2019 BMW X7 xDrive50i Technical specifications:

Config/No of cyls/valves: V/8/4
Engine technology: BMW TwinPower Turbo technology: two TwinScroll turbochargers, High Precision Direct Injection, VALVETRONIC fully variable valve control, DoubleVANOS variable camshaft timing
Effective capacity cc: 4395
Stroke/bore mm: 88.3 / 89.0
Compression ratio :1 10.5
Fuel min.: RON 91
Max output kW/hp: 340 / 462 at rpm 5250 – 6000
Max torque Nm: 650 at rpm 1500 – 4750
Battery/installation Ah/–: 80 / luggage compartment
Suspension, front: Double-wishbone axle in aluminium construction; air suspension with automatic self-levelling
Suspension, rear: Five-link axle in lightweight steel construction; air suspension with automatic selflevelling
Brakes, front: Single-piston fixed-calliper disc brakes, vented
Brakes, rear: Single-piston floating-calliper disc brakes, vented
Driving stability systems: Standard: DSC incl. ABS and DTC (Dynamic Traction Control), CBC (Cornering Brake Control), DBC (Dynamic Brake Control), Dry Braking function, Fading Compensation, Start-Off Assistant, DSC networked with xDrive all-wheeldrive system, ADB-X (Automatic Differential Brake), HDC (Hill Descent Control), Adaptive suspension; optional: active roll stabilisation, electronically controlled rear differential lock
Safety equipment: Standard: airbags for driver and front passenger, side airbags for driver and front passenger, head airbags for front and rear seats, three-point inertia-reel seatbelts on all seats with belt stopper, belt latch tensioner and belt force limiter in the front, crash sensors, tyre pressure indicator
Steering: Electric Power Steering (EPS); optional: Integral Active Steering
Steering ratio, overall :1 18.7
Tyres, front/rear: 275/50 R20 113W XL
Rims, front/rear: 8.5J x 20 light-alloy
Type of transmission: Eight-speed Steptronic transmission
Power-to-weight ratio (DIN) kg/kW: 7.2
Output per litre kW/l: 77.4
Acceleration 0–100 km/h s: 5.4
Top speed km/h: 250
Off-road characteristics:
Angle of approach/departure ° 25.0 / 22.2
Breakover angle ° 19.8
Ground clearance when unladen mm: 221
Fording depth (at 7 km/h) mm: 500
BMW EfficientDynamics standard features: Brake Energy Regeneration with recuperation display, Electric Power Steering (EPS), Auto Start Stop function, Optimum Shift Indicator, ECO PRO mode with coasting function, BMW EfficientLightweight, optimised aerodynamic attributes, on-demand operation of ancillary units, map-regulated oil pump, efficiency- and weight-optimised all-wheel drive, differential and transfer case with optimised warm-up behaviour, tyres with reduced rolling resistance

The task of maximising traction, agility and handling stability in the new BMW X7 again falls to the latest generation of the BMW xDrive intelligent allwheel-drive system, which now varies how the drive torque is split between the front and rear wheels with greater precision than ever for the situation at hand. The electronically controlled all-wheel-drive system links up with Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) to provide the basis for effortless, sure-footed handling, whatever the road and weather conditions. For added efficiency, full drive power can be directed to the rear wheels in situations where all-wheel drive is surplus to requirements. The xDrive system also maintains a rearbiased set-up when the car’s dynamic performance abilities are being put to the test, ensuring customers enjoy the signature BMW driving experience.

An M Sport differential is fitted as standard on the BMW X7 M50d and in conjunction with the Off-Road package on the BMW X7 xDrive50i, to complement the powertrain’s sporting characteristics. This electronically controlled rear differential lock also hooks up with the DSC system. It works by limiting the equalisation of the rotational speeds of the wheels on the inside and the outside of the bend and thus optimises the transfer of power to the road in dynamic driving situations. As a result, any tendency to understeer when powering through corners can be countered effectively. The M Sport differential deliberately shifts drive power – which cannot be transferred to the road by the unloaded wheel on the inside of the bend, as it is likely to slip – to the wheel on the outside of the bend (instead of applying to brakes to neutralise its effect). The locking effect – produced by an electric motor – draws the BMW X7 into the bend with infectious élan. The increase in power finding its way onto the road also makes a notable difference when exiting corners, as the optimised distribution of power allows the car to accelerate out of the bend again with particular verve. By preventing a wheel from spinning when it is struggling for purchase, the M Sport differential also improves traction and power transfer on loose ground or road surfaces offering differing levels of grip for the left and right rear wheels.

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