BMW has launched the BMW 7 Series‘ range-topping model – BMW M760Li xDrive, in India. It’s available in standard and V12 Excellence grades, both priced at INR 2.27 crore (ex-showroom Delhi).
The BMW 7 Series M760Li xDrive features select features from the M Sport package and M Performance design characteristics. On the outside, the BMW M760Li xDrive features larger air intakes in the front apron and exclusive 20-inch M double-spoke 760M alloy wheels in matt Cerium Grey finish, kidney grille frame and the fronts of the grille bars in exclusive galvanised Cerium Grey finish, M, V12 logos, mirror caps, the Air Breather, door embellishments and door handles and model designation in Cerium Grey, optional M rear spoiler and Cerium Grey finish exclusive exhaust pipe finishers in double tailpipe optic.
On the inside, the BMW 7 Series M760Li xDrive is equipped with door sill plates with an illuminated V12 logo, exclusive M leather steering wheel with M logo and Pearl Gloss Chrome multifunction buttons, exclusive speedometer featuring the model designation and a dial extended to 330 km/h, M pedals and M driver’s footrest.
The BMW 7 Series M760Li xDrive V12 Excellence is the luxury-focused grade. 20-inch W-spoke 646 BMW Individual light-alloy wheels, silver finish kidney grille slats with chrome-plated fronts and decorative frame, window frames, the Air Breather with the decorative door trim and the V12 lettering on the C pillar in Light Chrome and V12 logo instead of the model designation on the tailgate are the exterior highlights of this grade. Door sill finishers in Aluminium high finish with illuminated V12 model designation, a headliner in Alcantara design, fine wood inlays for the seat-belt outlets, armrests and roof handles, leather steering wheel with wood decor and V12 lettering in the instrument cluster are the noteworthy interior features.
The BMW 7 Series M760Li xDrive is powered by the 6.6-litre M Performance TwinPower Turbo V12 petrol engine that produces 448 kW (610 hp) at 5,500 rpm and 800 Nm of torque at 1,500 rpm. Power is sent to the wheels via the 8-speed Steptronic Sport automatic transmission and distributed between them through the xDrive all-wheel drive system. A 0-100 km/h dash takes just 3.7 seconds in this configuration. The top speed is electronically limited to 250 km/h, but the optional M Driver’s Package increases that figure to 305 km/h.