The 2023 updated version for the BMW X7, launched last week, witnessed many major changes of the main SUV model from the Bavarian brand. Basically, the large SUV line has updated the interior, slightly changed the rear of the car and most obviously, the completely new nose area. Among the above, the split front light structure of the BMW X7 2023 is the most controversial detail, not even less than the previous giant radiator.
As BMW design director Domagoj Dukec explained to BMWBlog, changing the look of the headlights gives BMW the freedom to explore new ideas around front-end design. Because the headlights need to meet the necessary lighting standards to achieve high-class safety standards, this equipment is quite restrictive in design, but daytime lights are not.
Among the above, the new daytime running lights allow BMW to give a new face to its models, a new brand identity for the era ahead. The separation of headlights and daytime running lights meets both of the above criteria.
In addition, the separation of the headlights and daytime running lights gives the impression that the central radiator is smaller while the size of this equipment is essentially unchanged.
BMW’s giant radiator, although it has been applied by the company throughout the past time, still seems quite out of place in the design of the front end of some models, especially mid-sized cars like the M3/M4 and therefore has not yet been truly satisfied by BMW fans. The new headlight system, with the current design, is also hard to avoid the skeptical eyes of BMW users in the near future…
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