As a follow-up to the 8 Series Frozen Black Edition that was introduced in June, BMW Japan has now introduced a 40-units-only limited run of the X7 with the same all-black treatment inside-out.

Starting life as a regular BMW X7 xDrive40d M Sport, the carmaker’s Japanese arm pretty much dipped the entire car into a tub of black paint, covering everything it possibly (and legally) can in a matte Frozen Black and glossy Jet Black colour combo.

And by everything, we mean everything – from the kidney grille, to the tail pipes, roof rails, 22-inch alloy wheels, and the M-sport brake calipers. Even the rear windows are heavily tinted in black for the full sinister effect.

BMW Japan’s X7 “Nishijin Edition” comes with the most exquisite upholstery option we’ve ever seen! Check it out here.

The same blacked-out treatment is also applied onto the interior, including an Anthracite Black Alcantara roof liner, Merino leather upholstery, and Piano Black trim pieces all around. Unfortunately, no photos of the BMW X7 Frozen Black Edition’s interior were provided, although to be fair we probably can’t really see anything, anyway.

Powertrain underneath the limited-edition X7’s hood is unchanged from the base car, which means there’s a 3.0-litre inline-six turbodiesel mill, aided by a 48V mild-hybrid system for a total output of 340 hp and 700 Nm of torque.

The BMW X7 Frozen Black Edition will go on sale tomorrow at JPY14,660,000 (approx. RM530k), exclusively via BMW Japan’s online store.

Here in Malaysia, the BMW X7 is available solely in the xDrive40i Pure Excellence form, priced at RM648,934 on the road, without insurance, and inclusive of the sales and service tax exemption. Check it out here!