BMW M760Li xDrive is the new flagship model for the BMW 7 Series range and we are definitely excited! The reasons are many but the most important one is that it utilizes the absolutely new M Performance TwinPower Turbo V12 engine. It shows exhilarating performance and mind-blowing acceleration. The model also features specific suspension and a rear bias for xDrive all-wheel drive system. Not to mention the one-off exterior and interior design due to the application of the M Performance elements.

As a head of the range, the M760Li xDrive V12 is equipped with the very special V12 engine, which provides stunning performance and refinement. The unit makes its debut in a BMW model and it incorporates TwinPower Turbo technology for the first time.

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This M Performance engine generates 600hp (441 kW) and 800Nm (590 lb-ft) of torque. This ensures spectacular performance from 0 to 62mph in 3.9 seconds and a limited top speed of 155mph. The powerplant is combined with a sophisticated chassis which was specifically created for the M7. The power is transferred onto the road via BMW's xDrive all-wheel-drive system which features rear-bias for more and better dynamic handling.

Due to the addition of M Performance body enhancements, the car is immediately recognizable. Specifics include 20-inch alloys, an active quad exit exhaust system that is very soundy, and a luxurious cabin. By the way, the interior adds M Performance steering wheel and illuminated V12 logo and exclusive M pedals.

V12 Excellence Design Package

BMW M760Li xDrive Rear View

This is an alternative variant for the model, which emphasizes the comfort-related attributes of the BMW M760Li xDrive V12 and shifts away from the M's sport appearance. On the outside the pack adds Pure Excellence exterior, which features 20-inch BMW Individual light-alloy wheels in W-spoke 646 design with mixed-size tyres and brake calipers in high-gloss Black.

At the front, the car features chrome bar extending across the full width, Silver kidney grille bars with chrome fronts and surrounds likewise sport bright chrome, LED fog lamps. At the sides bright chrome finish adorns the window frames, the air breathers with door trim element and the V12 lettering on the C-pillars. The rear has a comfort-oriented exhaust system and feature two chromed, rectangular tailpipe embellishers, which are framed in rear apron by additional chrome surround.

BMW M760Li xDrive Iterior

Inside, the Pure Excellence pack benefits from Alcantara headliner, door sill plates in Fine Brushed Aluminium with illuminated V12 badge, decorative stitching in the lower section of the instrument panel, fine wood inlays for the seat belt outlet covers, armrest and rear roof grab handles and deep-pile floor mats for the rear compartment. In addition, there is a leather steering wheel, which includes wood elements. When the starts the engine the V12 emblem lights up in the centre of the instrument cluster. The speedometer here extends as far as 160mph.

The latest BMW M760Li xDrive V12 is scheduled to go on sale by the end of the year. Pricing is to be announced near market launch.

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Source: BMW