BMW’ Individual officially outs 750Li xDrive Solitaire and Master Class special series image

BMW Individual has decided to flex its muscles and prove its expertise in upscaling the premium models by introducing not one but two special edition limited run models of the 7 Series.

Both editions are starting life as a “regular” 750Li xDrive – currently the most expensive in the range before the new M760Li xDrive hits dealerships. The first has been named the Solitaire Edition and packs a unique Metallic Solitaire White paint specifically crafted by BMW Individual. This new shade has been developed using fine glass flakes embedded into one of the final layers of the paint in order to deliver what the company says it’s a “particularly pronounced deep gloss.” The body also has “Solitaire” lettering part of a chrome plaque on the C pillar, and a decorative rear trim to state it’s no run of the mill 750Li xDrive. Of course the cabin has been treated with the utmost attention and has a fine-grain full leather trim Merino with a Tartufo color and an Alcantara headliner. The “extremely soft” floor mats have been made out of sheared lambskin also with a Tartufo theme. There’s even a bar compartment with tulip sparkling wine glasses, a silver-plated plaque on the center console and the trunk is covered in Alcantara in the same Tartufo hue.

The 750Li xDrive Solitaire Edition will only be declined in six units while the Master Class Edition will remain a unique car – it comes with a BMW Individual Metallic Black Gold finish (no photos available yet) and will feature the same modifications as the Solitaire. Both are powered by a turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 engine good for 450 horsepower (330 kilowatts) and 480 pound-feet (650 newton meters) of torque mated to an xDrive all wheel drive system – enough to reach 62 mph (100 km/h) in 4.7 seconds on its way to the maximum speed of 155 mph (250 km/h).