Japan: BMW 7-Series 750Li Rose Quarts Edition Introduced

Not only China market gets to enjoy the plethora of high-end and long-wheelbase BMW models, the carmaker also delivering luxurious and modified products to Japan as well. It is also the case of this below 7-Series long-wheelbase 750Li version, looking smashing with the Rose Quarts exterior colour.

We are looking here at an exclusive and limited edition – so far we don’t know how many units will be available – which will cost ¥20,190,000, the equivalent of $194,500. The luxurious model will be officially unveiled on the 2th of November, at an event taking place at Ritz-Carlton Osaka hotel.

As we can depict from the photos below, the BMW 7-Series Rose Quarts comes with exclusive features at the exterior as well as inside.

Besides the body wrap from BMW Individual catalog, the car`s main highlights also refer to the standout 20-inch alloy wheels and some fresh styling bits taken from the same catalog.

Inside, the cabin looks extremely luxurious, and even if BMW Japan has not offered us some insights, we still could get our hands on a bunch of details. We are looking here at a wrap-around cabin with fine-grain Merino leather with Smoke White Alcantara roof lining, adding Ash Grain black wood trim with red accents on the dashboard, multi-function leather steering wheel with the same wood trim, and other high-end features from BMW Individual catalog.

The cabin also comes with other tweaks and technology, including the 16-speaker Bowers & Wilkins Diamond surround sound system, Executive Lounge Seating with heated rear seats and massage functions, Sky Lounge panoramic glass sunroof and much more.

Under the hood, the 7-Series Rose Quartz special edition comes with the same 4.4-liter V8 twin-turbo engine, delivering 450 horsepower and 650 Nm of torque, being sent to the rear axle via a high-performance eight-speed automatic transmission. The model delivers a sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in a good 4.7 seconds, at a topping of 250 km/h.


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