BMW's 760Li Bi-Turbo Special Edition Wears the M Badge But it Isn't an 'M" Model
Dec 27, 2013 23:15
The BMW 760Li M Sport Bi-Turbo Special Edition isn't a real "M" model, but it does wear the "M" badge. The model was revealed in Saudi Arabia's special expo named "You are the Queen". The model is actually an individualized version of BMW's top saloon offering made exclusively for the Middle East.
Toni Yazbeck, Head of Marketing said at BMW dealer Mohamed Yousuf Naghi Motors: “High-end fashion is about design perfection – an ethos that mirrors BMW. It is therefore fitting that we choose the ‘You are the Queen Expo’ as a platform to introduce the exclusive BMW 760Li V12 M Bi-Turbo, a vehicle that is a byword for luxury, elegance and innovation.”
The special edition sports a 6.0 liter twin turbocharged V12 mill with 544PS and has a raft of bespoke styling elements and colors starting with a choice of eight BMW M exterior shades named after some of the world's most famous tracks including Monte Carlo Blue, Silverstone II and Imola Red.
An M Sport aero package and 19 or 20-inch alloy wheels with double spokes, along with the aforementioned "M" badging and shadowline (or chrome delete) kit, complete the exterior revisions.
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