The German automaker, the largest premium carmaker in the world, has announced it will showcase during next month’s Paris Motor Show the 7 Series Individual Final Edition.
BMW will have its stand at the October auto show full of summer-reminding 2 Series Convertible models, but a special slot will for sure be reserved to the exclusivity lovers. The French-only especially designed 7 Series is ready to make its retirement known, as the automaker should soon unveil an all-new generation of its flagship.
The next-generation 7 Series has been spied on numerous occasions, and while the camouflage has revealed little detail about the car’s future design, we already know the front and back lights will come featuring full LED technology.
Getting back to the 7 Series Individual Final Edition that will be showcased in Paris, the car has been – obviously – modified through the BMW Individual customization program. There will be some BMW Individual paintwork shades for the exterior, while the cabin boasts BMW’s Individual fine-grain Merino full-leather trim, complete with piping in a contrasting colour. There’s also a BMW Individual roof liner in Alcantara and numerous glossy piano black trim elements have also been added. For now, no word on pricing or the number of units of the limited series.