And it’s part of the new generation of the flagship model made in Bavaria, so nothing bad to say about it.
What happens if you are into the new generation of the BMW 7-Series but you would like some hot features added to it? Well, turning for a tuning company is not always the right thing to do so in this case BMW Individual has probably gotten you covered. The model in question, shown in the photo gallery posted below, is a highly-personalized 7-Series, which has received several exterior and interior upgrades, which include the multi-color reflecting effect of the BMW Individual Almandine Brown metallic finish, the BMW Individual lettering, the 20-inch light alloy wheels with a V-spoke design and so on.
Other changes include the BMW Individual lettering fitted to the rear upper horizontal strip which is uniting the taillights, the BMW Individual full fine-grain Merino leather in Tartufo, the Alcantara headliner in the Tartufo hue, the hand-woven piping and contrast color stitching on the leather upholstery, Piano finish for some parts of the cabin and the same Piano finish on the BMW Individual leather steering wheel, amongst others. We’re not sure at this point how much these upgrades cost or for what versions these are available but the standard 7-Series, in its new generation, has a 4.4L V8 petrol with 450 HP on the 750i version, a 326 HP engine on the 740i and a 3.0 liter diesel with 265 HP on the 730d. There is also a 740e, with a 2.0l gasoline unit and an electric motor, producing a total of 326 HP.