BMW’s One-Off X7 Pickup Truck Is A Luxury Moto Hauler

Jul 10, 2019

Category: Rides

From the talented minds of 12 trainees at the BMW Munich plant comes a concept blending luxury styling and rugged performance features for boundless adventures. The BMW X7 Pickup Truck is a one-of-a-kind ride that will make gearheads’ jaws drop.

Based on the X7 xDrive40i this luxurious all-wheel-drive pickup truck houses a 340 hp six-cylinder. The five-seater features a handcrafted truck bed with a fine-polished wood finish and height-adjustable two-level air suspension. Measuring six-and-a-half feet long with the gate open, the teak wood-lined bed provides plenty of room to haul an adventure bike, such as the BMW F 850 GS motorcycle seen here. It’s also a lightweight vehicle, weighing around 440 pounds less than the X7 xDrive40i. Unfortunately, there are no plans for the X7 Pickup Truck to go into production, so you’ll have to wait and see how this concept will influence future BMW rides.

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