BMW Presents First Ever M-Badged 7 Series

Special Edition

Special edition model is hopefully a sign of things to come.

With BMW considering an M7 to serve as its performance division’s flagship sedan, and the Middle East acting as the world’s third largest market for the 7 Series, you shouldn’t be too surprised to see the German carmaker creating a special-edition M-badged 760i for Saudi Arabia. Unveiled at a fashion expo, the 760Li V12 M Bi-Turbo is the first ever 7 Series to be adorned with M badges. Naturally, the limited-edition model is based on the quickest 7 Series in stable.

The 760Li boasts a 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 good for 536 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque, and a 0-62 mph time of 4.6 seconds. The car is being offered exclusively through Saudi dealership Mohamed Yousef Naghi Motors, featuring options often reserved for M car buyers. These include eight M-exclusive colors, such as Monte Carlo Blue, Imola Red and Silverstone II, as well as lightweight 20-inch alloys and the M Sport package finished in shadowline dark instead of the usual chrome trim. A full Nappa leather interior with contrast stitching, comes with piano black and ceramic trim, along with M logos to match the exterior M badges.

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