BMW builds special 760Li V12 M Bi-Turbo for the Middle East

Article by Christian Andrei, on December 27, 2013

All of us know that the carmakers are attracted by the petrodollars and most of them build unique models just for this market. BMW seems to be one of them as the German manufacturer developed a special version of its flagship sedan, the 760Li. The car was built at the request of the local importer Mohamed Yousef Naghi Motors and it might be consider a step closer to the M7.

As we said, the car is a BMW 760Li, which means it is powered by a 6.0-liter V12 engine rated at 544 hp and 750 Nm of torque. Still, there are some details: the vehicle comes equipped with the optional M Sports Package and 19-inch or bigger 20-inch wheels, dark chrome badges with the “M V12 Bi-Turbo” and “M” lettering.

Moreover, the 760Li is available with a choice of eight exterior colors and some of them are not normally available on the standard 7-Series. These colors are the BMW M Monte Carlo Blue, Silverstone II or the Imola Red. Inside, the vehicle is fitted with beige Nappa Oyster leather with contrasting stitching in orange, blue, red or black. Furthermore, the BMW Individual Piano Black trim is available, while the V12 lettering is sewn into the headrests.

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