BMW is adding another SUV to its lineup with the full-size X7 model. Unmistakably a BMW, the familiar twin-kidney grill and Hofmeister kink are present, but never in such large, muscular fashion. While the exterior is a relatively radical styling departure for BMW, it’s the interior that makes leaps over the German manufacturer’s current offerings. An effort to give the interior an atmosphere not dependant on time of day is notable, with contour and laser light piping in the glass roof giving it a feel more like a well-appointed room than an automobile. Under the hood, a hybrid system promises BMW-caliber performance and chassis dynamics. The X7 is expected to arrive in showrooms sometime in 2018.