A century is not met every day, and in fact few can boast of achieving this. BMW turns 100 years of his birth in this 2016: the bavarian manufacturer is already a century old, and this anniversary it will celebrate in different ways. One of them will be presenting models as this spectacular BMW 7-Series, a special edition with the luxury and differentiation by flag.
Named as BMW 7-Series ‘The Next 100 Years’, we are in a numbered limited edition to 100 units, as could not be otherwise. Its creation has been in charge of the division BMW Individual, showing all of its know-how in this unique customization for the large saloon representation of the mark.
we are Not before a 7-Series any, and that differs in details such as exterior paint Blue Centennial, these wheels are alloy specific 20-inch or logos, ‘The Next 100 Years’ in its pillars B. In its interior, the luxury is sublime thanks to its upholstered integral skin Merino white, next to the decorative trim in piano black and a steering wheel BMW Individual wood inserts.
The buyers of this special edition will receive as a gift a fountain pen Montblanc, created especially for the occasion, with patterns in the same color Centennial Blue. This version of the 7 Series will be available with different engines offered with the hybrid BMW 740Le iPerformance of 326 HP, in addition to gasoline BMW 750Li (V8 450hp) and BMW M760Li.
The BMW Individual M760Li offers all-wheel drive xDrive coupled to a powerful V12 twin-turbo 610 CV, by assuming the cusp of the model: that will be the obvious choice for those who want the top of the top. In addition, the list of options is especially broad and covers many details of equipment designed to offer the comfort most absolute conceivable.
Of the one hundred units of this special edition -all of them of long battle, the united States will reach five on the basis of the BMW M760Li. The remaining 95 units will be available worldwide at prices not reported but that we assume will be higher than the equivalents of the standard model. The first deliveries will be made at the end of this year.