Friday, July 23, 2021

2022 BMW X7: spy shots and illustrations of a monster...






Looks like the super chromy BMW X7 will be getting even uglier for 2022.
All the illustrations above seem to have in common an even weirder-looking face for the revised X7.
With even more chrome, scoops, and vents all around that huge grille.

And inside, of course, that double screen from the new iX SUV. This setup is pretty much scheduled to replace all current BMW interior designs. All 3 and 4 series models will be getting this soon.

For those interested in one of these models, I would seriously consider getting one pronto. Before they ruin interiors that are currently quite nice and tasteful.





These are shots of the current X7. The interior is already way overdone. More wood, more chrome. More, more and more of everything never makes anything better looking.
And that new screen won't really make this more expensive or upscale looking.

I guess this is one way to distance yourself even more from the "ultimate driving machine"...



 

7 comments:

Kits BC said...

Mirror mirror on the wall, whose face is uglier than the new Outlander ?

Anonymous said...

I hate to admit it, but I'm intrigued. I can't rationalize it with designy words but I think it might work. I like the way in rear 3/4 for example the tiered lights gives an opportunity to carve mass from the bulky corner. I think Audi ought to explore shaking up their front graphics/masses with some thinking along these lines as the forever-shield styling theme is aging.

FFEMT6 said...

This instantly makes my wife's Palisade look better, Yikes!

BostonMike said...

Nice. BMW's well on their way to releasing an update to the Griswolds' Wagon Queen Family Truckster.

Anonymous said...

Funny, if you had all the camo covered area just painted the same white with the exact same cutouts, it would actually look pretty good. A bit like a late 70s, early 80s full size Pontiac, but it wouldn't look like a group effort by the design team where they all went on weekend bender.

ST said...

http://thewagon.port-media.org/griswold-station-wagon/
Exactly…link above for those who don’t get the Naptional Lampoon’s Family Vacation reference

Anonymous said...

I actually thought it was a variant of the Hyundai Santa Fe at first. Not sure if that was BMW’s inspiration or intent?