2016 BMW 7 Series in Imperial Blue

2016 BMW 7 Series in Imperial Blue

2016 BMW 7 Series in Imperial Blue


A couple of weeks back the new BMW 7 Series G11/G12 has praised its worldwide dispatch and a progression of photoshoots are gradually coming up on the web. From Russia – a prime business sector for the lavish limousine – comes a photoshoot of a 2016 BMW 750Li xDrive in Imperial Blue. The auto is fitted with the Pure Excellence bundle, 19-creep light amalgam wheels Double-talked style 630 and the delightful blue paint work. 

2016 BMW 7 Series in Imperial Blue

BMW offers the 7 Series with the accompanying outside hues: Jet Black, Alpine White, Carbon Black Metallic, Glacier Silver Metallic,  Black Sapphire Black, Cashmere Silver Metallic, Mineral White Metallic, Imperial Blue Metallic, Dark Graphite Metallic, Singapore Gray Metallic, Jatoba Brown Metallic,  Arctic Gray Metallic and Magellan Gray Metallic

2016 BMW 7 Series in Imperial Blue

The accompanying bundles are additionally offered to U.S. clients:  Driver Assistance Package, Autobahn Package, Cold Weather Package, Executive Package, Interior Design Package, Luxury Rear Seating Package, Rear Executive Lounge Seating Package and M Sport Package. These are likely the most bundles ever offered for a BMW. 

2016 BMW 7 Series in Imperial Blue

In the wheels division, BMW clients can look over a mix of 18, 19 and 20 inch wheels. 

The 750Li xDrive is the temporary top model of the 7 Series, until the BMW M760Li will be official exhibited. Until then, the V8 twin-turbo of the 750Li is the most intense motor in the 7 Series one can purchase – 450 drive and 750 Nm of torque. The 0 - 100 km/h time is measured at 4.5 seconds. 

2016 BMW 7 Series in Imperial Blue

The new 7 Series is manufactured utilizing momentous Carbon Core undercarriage innovation, has the absolute most creative lodge innovation and is one of the best driving extravagance vehicles available. The 7 Series sets the bar for all BMWs and is the auto that future BMWs will enhance from, as the 7 Series' innovation streams down to