Bmw 7 series limited edition black champagne leather
The limited-edition sedans come with an M Aerodynamics package, high-gloss Shadow Line exterior trim, inch alloy wheels, and special badging on the B-pillar coverings and on the door sills. The cabin features black piano lacquer accents or Eucalyptus straight-grained Smoke Brown wood accents depending on the color of the upholstery. Along with a Smoke White roof liner, the model also offers comfort seats, two Smoke White comfort cushions, and Smoke White floor mats. More badging can be found on the dashboard area, headrests, and other places.
Neiman Marcus Edition BMW 7-Series Can Be Yours For Just $160,000
The BMW Individual 7 Series THE NEXT YEARS
Horatiu Boeriu. The high-end limousine is produced in a limited series and only on request, and it will be available at BMW Russian dealerships starting October The unusual effect of a dark cast surface is achieved thanks to the unique body painting technology. The base layer of the metallic paint is covered with a special matte varnish, forming a shimmer of light and shadow, and emphasizing the silhouette of the car and its strong character. All without exception, the BMW 7 Series Individual edition Black Ice is equipped with an aerodynamic package M Sport, whose elements in black look particularly stylish. The exclusive interior of the special edition 7er is also aged in dark colors and marked with the logo Black Ice, engraved on the lacquered front panel.
First Look – 2013 BMW 760Li V-12 25th Anniversary Edition
Christmas may be months away, but Neiman Marcus has just released their holiday shopping catalog — which, of course, means an overpriced limited-edition luxury car has also been revealed. Oh joy. Full catalog description after the jump. That's exactly what happened with the all-new BMW flagship 7 Series.
Even several years after its release, we still think the BMW 7-Series is among the best-conceived big four-doors on the market, one of the best BMW has produced. For one, the prior car's awkward looks are gone. The slimmer, more exciting proportions of the current car agreeable to most eyes. Performance is stronger too, and a well-networked set of electronic componentry somehow works magic to assure that the 7-Series drives with the feel we've always associated with BMWs, as if they were much lighter than they are.