Seen with three individual metallic paint finishes in Ruby Black, Citrine Black and Moonstone, the limited edition 7 Series Horse Edition will receive exterior and interior updates in the form of standard adaptive LED headlamps, M Sports package and aerodynamic kit, shadowline exterior trims and will sit on 19” M alloy wheels.
Interiors will sport M leather steering wheel, roof liners in Anthracite and comfort seating with enhanced ventilation and massage function for passengers at the rear. There will be distinctive badges in the form of a horse on front head rests while the words ‘Limited Edition’ will be seen on trunk lid to add a special touch and portray its exclusivity.
The automaker has not announced how many Limited Edition 7 Series Horse Editions will be produced and nor have they revealed prices which could be made know at the upcoming auto show later this month. BMW will also show its new X4 Sports Activity Coupe, 2 Series Active Tourer, 4 Series Gran Coupe, 2 Series Coupe, M3, M4 and i8 and i3 at the 2014 Beijing Auto Show, though the 7 Series Horse Edition will hold a place of pride in celebration of the Year of the Horse.