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BMW 7 Series 'Solitaire Edition' & 'Master Class Edition' Revealed

BMW 7 Series 'Solitaire Edition' & 'Master Class Edition' Revealed

Snapshot: The “Solitaire Edition” is limited to six models, while the “Master Class Edition”, would have just one unique version.

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BMW has revealed two highly exclusive edition models based on the BMW 750Li xDrive – the “Solitaire Edition” and the “Master Class Edition”. Both these models are rolled out by the Individual Manufactory of the German luxury automaker. The “Solitaire Edition” is limited to six models, while the “Master Class Edition”, would have just one unique version. Just so you know, the all-new BMW 7-Series was launched by Cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar at the 2016 Auto Expo in India with pricing starting at Rs. 1.11 Crore (Ex. Showroom).

“The BMW Individual Manufactory is not so much a place where masterful craftsmen provide vehicles with solutions that are tailor-made to the individual ideas of our customers, but rather an attitude driven by the aspiration to offer maximum customer orientation and to ensure that our customers’ wishes become reality,” says Frank van Meel, CEO of BMW M GmbH. On the exterior, both the limited edition models are offered with two exclusive special colours, BMW Individual Metallic Black Gold and BMW Individual Metallic Solitaire White. There is also a chrome plaque located on the C pillar of all seven models and bearing the “Solitaire” lettering, as well as a decorative rear trim sporting the name of the edition.

Inside the cabin, a large number of exclusive features are being offered in both these exclusive models. The cabin gets the exclusive BMW Individual fine-grain full leather trim Merino in the colour Tartufo as well as the Alcantara roof liner in the same colour. There are also soft floor mats made from sheared lambskin in Tartufo, while storage compartments for cosmetic tissues are finished in colour-matching leather in both rear doors. Additionally, Alcantara covered cushions in the colour Tartufo bearing the embroidered lettering “Solitaire” or “Master Class” further accentuate the ambiance of these models. However, the highlight of these special edition models are undoubtedly the five optional diamond inserts in the interior trims on the dashboard and doors.

A bar compartment with tulip sparkling wine glasses and an integrated cooling box in the rear compartment centre console are available for refreshments, whilst a silver-plated plaque on the centre console discreetly informs passengers that they are travelling in a highly exclusive edition model that has been produced only seven times. The duo boasts of exclusive BMW Individual fine-grain Merino, which is the highest quality leather available for a BMW. Mechanically, both the special edition models come loaded with the same 4.4L V8 TwinPower Turbo engine as the BMW 750Li xDrive with maximum power output of 450bhp and peak torque of 650Nm. The 0-100kmph sprint time is 4.7 seconds, while clocking an electronically limited top speed of 250 kmph. Both these models get BMW's xDrive four-wheel drive system as standard.

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