Say hello to the more polarising, facelifted BMW X7.
It’s not a surprise, given the car has been spied numerous times, but it does represent a significant departure from the current car’s more conventional design.
The upper lighting array will include the indicators and LED daytime running lights, while the main headlights will sit in a tier of lighting below.
Split-level lighting arrangements like this have become increasingly common, particularly with SUVs. Other vehicles to feature split-level lighting include Hyundai’s SUV range, the Nissan Juke, and the pre-facelift Jeep Cherokee.
Expect two different front bumper designs: one for models equipped with the M Sport package, one for those without.
The changes down back are likely to be more subtle, based on our spy photos. The tail light graphics appear to be mildly different, though they retain their shape and look to still be linked by a chrome strip.
The rear bumper has been restyled and the quad exhaust outlets have a slightly different shape to current M Sport models.
Inside, the X7 will gain the new 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a 14.9-inch touchscreen infotainment system rolling out across the BMW range.
While not as curvaceous as the Cadillac Escalade’s displays, it has a similar wraparound effect.
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