By: MIKE OCHONMA
Coscharis Motors Nigeria plc, exclusive franchise owner of BMW in Nigeria is set to officially reveal the very first-ever BMW X7, the pinnacle of brand’s X Sport Activity Vehicle (SAV) line-up and a statement of the luxury class at this year’s Banana Island Festival next week weekend.
Abiona Babarinde, general manager, marketing and corporate communications, Coscharis Group said that, the objective of the reveal at Banana Island is to strategically offer customers and prospects an opportunity to see and feel the all new BMW X7 within their home and work contexts.
“The new X7 becomes the second BMW model to be launched at the Banana Island Cultural festival. The very first was the BMW 5 series in 2017. The new series will be added to this reveal, in order to pull back the covers on a new definition of automotive luxury’’. He stated.
BMW brand manager for Coscharis Motors, Cletus Aregbeshola, also said that, the X7 builds on the class leading comfort, handling, safety and technology of all the previous BMW X Sport Activity Vehicle model lines that have been produced at the Spartanburg plant since 1999.
Aregbeshola stated that BMW’s latest premium Sports Activity Vehicle is designed to reflect the personality and requirements of the owner. It not only adds a new top model to the X family, but also defines a progressive approach to luxury for the BMW brand.
The X7 offers standard three row seating for 7 with optional second-row captain’s chairs offering a more exclusive seating arrangement for 6 occupants. Standard two-axle air suspension, 21-inch alloy wheels and advanced driver assistance systems ensure that it lives up to expectations of style, driver engagement, passenger comfort and all-weather and all-terrain capability.
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