This BMW X7 looks like it's been working out at the gym a lot.
As the Bavarian automaker's largest SUV, the BMW X7 already looks imposing. But if you want to make the large luxury SUV look even more menacing, Russian tuner Lumma Design will now sell you an aggressive body kit for the X7.
Lumma Design's CLR X7 tuning program adds some massive wheel arch extensions with integrated air inlets, along with a new front apron, rear spoiler lip, roof spoiler, and a rear apron diffuser that give the X7 a more athletic appearance. As a result, the tuned BMW X7 looks like it's been working out a lot at the gym.
With the body kit installed, the BMW X7's width is extended by two inches on each side, because the X7 isn't wide enough already. Complementing the wider body are custom 24-inch alloy wheels, wrapped in high-performance tires, measuring 10x24 inches on the front axle and 13x24 inches at the back that "guarantee excellent load capacity and stability while keeping unsprung weight to a minimum."
Inside, the interior can be completely redesigned with a choice of components ranging from an aluminum pedal set to embroidered floor mats and a full leather interior. No tweaks have been made under the hood, however.
In stock form, the BMW X7 is offered with either a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six with 335 horsepower and 330 lb-ft of torque or a 4.4-liter twin-turbo that produces 523 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque in the range-topping M50i variant. Sadly, BMW isn't planning to give the X7 the full-fat M treatment, but a recent trademark suggests BMW is plotting a hardcore X8 M that will reportedly launch in 2021 and become the automaker's flagship performance SUV.
Pricing for the Lumma'sBMW X7 M body kit with the 23-inch wheel set starts at €16,750 ($18,088) - that's on top of the BMW X7's already-steep $73,900 base price.