BMW Alpina XB7 goes mild hybrid
The latest X7 introduces a split headlight design. Two LED units mounted high on either side of the front end shine out of the narrow glass covers as daytime driving lights. The lights also function as turn signal indicators.
In the rear, the four oval tailpipes of the sport exhaust system integrate into the Alpina rear apron.
The dashboard features a large curved display that combines the 12.3-inch instrument cluster and the center 14.9-inch control display to form a single unit angled toward the driver.
The Alpina XB7, built at BMW’s assembly plant in Greer, S.C., starts at $145,995, including shipping. Deliveries begin early next year.