BMW Individual M760Li THE NEXT 100 YEARS Edition coming to India

Posted on: Mar 29, 2017 - 6:54pm IST

Global production limited to 100 units; one unit allocated to India.

BMW will soon introduce a car with probably one of the longest names ever: the BMW Individual M760Li xDrive model V12 Excellence THE NEXT 100 YEARS. It is a limited edition version of the standard BMW M760Li, with production limited to 100 units, one of which is allocated to India.

BMW Individual M760Li THE NEXT 100 YEARS Edition press image
The above car a limited edition version of the standard BMW M760Li, with production limited to 100 units, one of which is allocated to India.

The limited edition V12-powered 7 Series will make its world premiere on April 19 at the BMW Classic in Munich. It commemorates the 100th anniversary of BMW, and features a few luxurious touches such as a unique “Centennial Blue Metallic” paint finish, ‘NEXT 100 YEARS’ branding on the headrest, Merino Smoke White leather upholstery, BMW Individual Black Piano Finish interior trim, and ‘1 of 100’ lettering on the floor console.

As it’s based on the M760Li, the engine under the hood is a 6.6L M Performance TwinPower Turbo Biturbo V12 petrol engine that produces 448 kW (610 hp) and 800 Nm of torque. The M760Li can sprint from 0-100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds and has an electronically limited top speed of 250 km/h.

BMW Individual M760Li THE NEXT 100 YEARS Edition interior
The limited edition V12-powere 7 Series will make is world premiere on April 19 at the BMW Classic in Munich.

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Expect the BMW Individual M760Li xDrive model V12 Excellence THE NEXT 100 YEARS to be the most expensive production BMW to launch in India, let alone the world.

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