It seems the Bavarian automaker is deeply in love with Japan because the keep presenting limited edition models there – the latest being a tasteful 7 Series long wheelbase with a BMW Individual hue.
Since we’re not counting the special editions for Japan anymore, we can only tell you the latest is trying to depict a “glamorous shine full of grace.” It started life as a “regular” 750 Li model, with the executive sedan now packing a Rose Quartz exterior paint from the BMW Individual catalog and 20-inch alloy wheels snatched from the same location. BMW has not revealed any photos with the interior and described the cabin as being covered in fine-grain Merino leather with a Smoke White finish, while also deploying an Alcantara headliner. The dashboard then completes the look with an Ash Grain black wood trim with red accents.
The 750Li Rose Quartz limited run model also gets the entire family of BMW upgrades, from Sky Lounge panoramic glass roof, a cool box, 16-speaker Bowers & Wilkins Diamond surround sound system to the Executive Lounge Seating with heated rear seats featuring a massaging function. Motivation is provided by the biturbo 4.4-liter V8 engine with 450 horsepower (330 kilowatts) and 479 pound-feet (650 Newton-meters) of torque, linked to the rear axle via the traditional eight-speed automatic transmission. BMW Japan has announced the special edition will cost ¥20,190,000 (approximately $194,500).