2009 Bmw 7-Series Individual: for those who want even more

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

This spring, the BMW 7-Series will come fully loaded with features and options by BMW Individual permitting the driver to convey even further his fondness for superb quality and unique styling. The latest innovation of BMW Individual is Fine-Grain Leather which merges superior manufacturing expertise with striking design. The leather, which is extremely stylish, comes with fine grain and a surface that is soft to the touch.

The Fine-Grain Leather by Merino coming with the BMW 7 Series for the first time will be available in Amaro Brown, Champagne, Cohiba Brown, Graphite, and Platinum. In contrast with other upholstery choices, the BMW Individual design quality is distinct via highly special seam outlines and shapes on the seats, panel for the instruments and linings of the doors.

The BMW Individual roof lining is currently available in Amaro Brown, Anthracite, Champagne, Platinum, and Silk Grey, perfect matches for all leather colors offered. The A, B and C pillars are finished in leather thus improving the style and flair of the roofline.

The Champagne finished interior radiates a special dash of liberality and style. Elegance of the BMW 7 Series Saloon is further enhanced through Black Piano paint rounded off with inlays, while special coziness is provided by fine-grain honey-colored trim bars in Satin Walnut Brown and Reddish Brown Plain Wood.

In both instances the leather steering wheel by BMW Individual with its corresponding wooden ring inlays offers the class and style finishing touches.

Citrin Black in Xillaric technology is the new feature in the lineup of BMW Individual paintworks colors. Special-effect pigments are produced via a complicated process of crystallization in this instance for the complex paintwork, sparkling like gold under sunlight.

The interior in Champagne is a perfect match for this option with five more metallic surface color finish to address the greatest of demands in relation to artistic appearances including Azurite Black, Moonstone, Ontario Gold, and Rugby Black and also Brilliant White which is available upon special request.

The 7 Series Saloon comes with the innovative and fully incorporated cooling box which has been optimized for maximum capacity and trouble-free handling. It can accommodate two 7.0-litter bottles and two 0.33-liter canisters.

The cooling box comes with extendable drawers which permit further convenient access to the bottles and cans while holding them firmly to avoid generating noise during transit. The 7 Series Saloon comes with 20-inch BMW Individual light alloys with V-spoke design. BMW Individual brand letters are mounted at the rear inconspicuously in the chrome bar to complete the superior design appearance of the bespoke BMW 7 Series Saloon.

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