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BMW 7 Series Solitaire and Master Class limited editions unveiled

 
BMW 7 Series Solitaire and Master Class editions

The cars get optional diamond inserts to enhance the exclusivity.

The BMW 7 Series Solitaire and Master Class limited editions which demonstrate the capabilities of the brand’s ‘Individual Manufactory’ division have been unveiled. BMW will build only one unit of the Solitaire Master Class and 6 units of the Solitaire.

Based on the 750Li xDrive variant, the two models will be available in either BMW Individual Metallic Black Gold or BMW Individual Solitaire White exterior color options. According to the company, these special paint finishes can only be achieved by using an extremely complex method which involves fine glass flakes embedded in the final layer of the paint. There will be a chrome plaque on the C-Pillars of all the 7 cars with the lettering “Solitaire”.

BMW 7 Series Solitaire and Master Class editions

The diamond inserts come with meticulously crafted decoration.

Inside, the special editions benefit from fine-grain Merino full leather trim in a color called Tortufo. The luxury quotient is further enhanced by matching Alcantara roof lining, Alcantara “Solitaire” cushions and soft lambskin carpets. You also get a bar compartment with tulip sparkling wine glasses and an integrated cooling box in the rear compartment centre.

If this is not exclusive enough, the customers of these 7 highly exclusive luxury limousines can specify their cars with optional 5 diamond inserts (on the dashboard and doors). The Tortufo colored Alcantara treatment is also extended to the boot. Of course, a comprehensive range of bespoke accessories is also on offer.

BMW 7 Series Solitaire and Master Class editions

Rear seat occupants can access the boot-mounted cooler box.

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The BMW 7 Series Solitaire and Master Class limited editions are powered by a 450 PS V8 TwinPower turbo petrol engine which has the ability to catapult the limo from rest to ton in under 5 seconds before attaining an electronically controlled speed of 250 kmph. The engine is mated to 8-speed automatic transmission and xDrive all-wheel-drive system.

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