The 750Li xDrive kicks off at €115,100 in Germany
BMW Individual is demonstrating its expertise in terms of customization by preparing two special editions of the 7 Series based on the 750Li xDrive.
The first one is called Solitaire Edition and has a bespoke Metallic Solitaire White paint created by BMW Individual. This new hue came to life by embedding fine glass flakes into one of the final layers of the paint in order to create what BMW describes as being a “particularly pronounced deep gloss.” The body is adorned by “Solitaire” lettering part of a chrome plaque placed on the C pillar. In addition, there’s also a decorative rear trim to further accentuate it’s not an ordinary 750Li xDrive.
As it’s the case with most of the projects from BMW Individual, extra attention was given to the interior which features a fine-grain full leather trim Merino with a Tartufo color and an Alcantara headliner featuring the same look. The “extremely soft” floor mats are made from sheared lambskin also with a Tartufo theme while the storage compartments have color-matching leather.
BMW Individual has added a bar compartment with tulip sparkling wine glasses and a built-in cooling back located in the rear center console. There’s even a silver-plated plaque on the center console to further differentiate it from the regular version. In addition, the trunk is covered in Alcantara in the same Tartufo hue as the cabin, and the car comes bundled with a special box for the key.
The 750Li xDrive Solitaire Edition will be limited to just six units while the Master Class Edition (no pics yet) will be restricted to only one car. The latter will come in a BMW Individual Metallic Black Gold finish and will benefit from just about the same array of tweaks as the Solitaire Edition.
Both cars will share a turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 engine pushing out 450 horsepower (330 kilowatts) and 480 pound-feet (650 newton meters) of torque delivered to an xDrive all-wheel-drive system. The hardware arrangement will grant a 0-62 mph (0-100 kph) sprint in 4.7 seconds and an electronically-capped 155 mph (250 kph) top speed.
Details concerning pricing are not available at this point, but you can imagine these special editions are considerably more expensive than a regular 750Li xDrive which kicks off at €115,100 in Germany.