The German car manufacturer, BMW has launched the Individual 740Li M Sport Edition in the Indian market with a starting price of INR 1,42,90,000 (Ex-showroom) and will be offered in 2 (Two) metallic colour options – Tanzanite Blue and Dravit Grey. The personalized version offers unique exteriors and interiors and will be sold across the country via BMW online shop.
As for the exteriors, the Individual 7-series edition gets new LED headlights with the brand’s Laser light technology that distributes lights evenly. In addition to this, the prospective buyers can also choose between 20-inch bi-coloured V-spoke light alloy wheels and 20-inch M light Star spoke style alloy wheels.
Inside the cabin, the model offers customizable embroidery cushions on the headrest and backrest, Alcantara headliner in Ivory White and Canberra Beige, wooden inlays on the roof handles clasp, rear seat belt clasp and at the rear-center armrest cup holder along with four-zone climate control, panoramic glass roof Sky Lounge with LED light graphics, massage functions, active seat ventilation, ambient lighting, electrically adjustable seats and much more. In terms of safety, the BMW Individual 7-series edition gets 6 (Six) airbags, Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) along with Cornering Brake Control (CBC), side impact protection, Attentiveness Assistance, electric parking brake and Dynamic Traction Control (DTC).
Under the hood, the Individual 740Li M Sport Edition offers a 3.0-litre, 6-cylinder engine mated to an 8-speed Steptronic automatic (AT) gearbox generating 335bhp against a peak torque of 450Nm. The 0-100kmph can be achieved in just 5.6 seconds. Also, in order to enhance the driving experience, the sedan offers dynamic damper control, adaptive two-axle air suspension, ECO PRO mode, brake energy regeneration, electronic power steering, 50:50 weight distribution, and driving experience control switch.
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