Presented BMW M760Li by Abu Dhabi MotorsJanuary 3, 2019
Apparently the employees of the dealership of the Bavarian brand BMW from Abu Dhabi decided that the prestigious full-size luxury sedan is simply obliged to get an interesting body color. The resulting car is estimated at 156,700 dollars
It is safe to say that the staff of BMW Abu Dhabi Motors, the official dealer of the German company, know a lot about creating interesting complete sets of prestigious cars. Our edition has already written about their projects more than once – they will select unusual elements of appearance for BMW production models, then they will equip them with details from the well-known tuning studio, thereby adding performance models.
Perhaps one of the main pieces of their creations is a bold combination of colors with various aggressive body parts.
So this time, the guys decided not to stumble on their traditions. A couple of minutes ago, the official Internet resources of the company published photos of the full-size BMW 7-Series sedan in the “charged” modification of the M760i and with a long wheelbase. The Bavarian brand marks such versions of its models with the Li icon. This copy of the executive car, under the hood of which is a powerful V12 engine received many additional options, including laser headlights. Intense purple body color contrasts with gray accents at the front and rear, as well as 20-inch alloy wheels from BMW Performance.
An interesting painting scheme costs a lot of money, but on the background of a total cost of $ 156,700, it becomes insignificant. The interior boasts a dark wood trim that blends perfectly with beige leather on the seats, center console and door panels. Like any other M760i, next to the gear lever is a V12 badge to remind everyone that this is not an ordinary representative of the 7 Series.
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