BMW 7-Series V12 Bi-Turbo launched in Japan image

BMW has recently launched a 7-Series V12 Bi-Turbo in Japan, where the model is now available to its future customers starting at 22,600,000 Japanese YEN.

Good news for those of you living in Japan who are in search of a new premium top of the line luxury vehicle because the BMW 7-Sereis V12 Bi-Turbo is now available for order across the country. According to the German based automaker, the BMW 7-Series V12 Bi-Turbo is actually based on the 760Li and it’s coming with Nappa leather in the cabin on just about everything, with a ceramic finish for the air conditioning vents, the iDrive controller and other leavers.

The BMW 7-Series V12 Bi-Turbo is fitted with an M aerodynamic package, which includes the new front and rear bumper, M and V12 Bi-Turbo badges on the bootlid, dark chrome finish for the exhaust pipes and for the kidney grille, V12 Bi-Turbo badge on the door sills and 21-inch V-spoke alloy wheels, amongst others. The BMW 7-Series V12 Bi-Turbo is powered by the 6.0 liter V12 gasoline engine, which is producing a total output of 536 HP and 750 Nm of torque (553 lb-ft), identical to the figures of the 760Li. Prices for the model have been set at 22,600,000 YEN or 172,000 EUR.