This particularly high-quality and elaborate variant of the body finish is now used for the first time in a BMW X model.
BMW X7 Edition Dark Shadow underlines both the sporty appearance and the luxury ambience of the largest SAV. BMW's done it often enough, having revealed 1 Series Shadow Edition, M2 Black Shadow Edition and M5 Nighthawk editions in years past.
Based on the top-spec X7 M50i, Dark Shadow Edition cars use the same twin-turbo 4.4-litre V8 petrol engine, which produces 523bhp and 553lb ft, and is paired with an eight-speed automatic gearbox.
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Capped at "about" 500 units worldwide, of which just 75 units will stay in the United States, the X7 Dark Shadow Edition comes exclusively in a shade of Frozen Arctic Grey metallic.
Dark Shadow, then. Not a Lord of the Rings villain, but instead a name that represents the brand-new color being debuted on this X7. An electronic M Sport differential and rear-biased xDrive four-wheel drive system can send up to 100% of drive to the rear wheels. An impressive combination of sporty flair and luxurious ambience also characterises the interior of the edition model, which is available with either six or seven seats. The wheels are a 22-inch set finished in, you guessed it, more black. The menacing paintjob is joined by the BMW Individual High Gloss Shadow Line package. Inside, leather upholstery is black Merino with contrasting Night Blue, while the roof liner is in Alcantara in a Night Blue colour. There is Fineline Black with aluminium inlay trim and the centre console gets a gloss black finished with a Dark Shadow Edition logo.
The upper part of the instrument panel and the armrests of the doors are covered with nappa leather in Night Blue.