While some of the newest editions from BMW are being tested out outside Munich, others are currently being presented at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show. It is also the case of the all-new M760i xDrive which arrived at the company`s stand in prices and details.
The BMW M760i xDrive is set to have a starting price of $153,800 without the $995 destination fee, making almost twice expensive compared to the standard 740i, or around 50 percent more than the 750i. On the other hand, the Alpina B7 is less expensive with $16,800.
A thorough comparison has been also made when it comes to meeting its direct competitors, the Mercedes-AMG S63 or AMG S65, Rolls-Royce Ghost or Wraith, Audi A8 L, or other models from Bentley or Aston Martin.
To make things a little bit easier for you, the M760i adds $9,100 compared to the Mercedes-AMG S63 yet $16,950 less expensive than the S600. The AMG S65 also costs more with around $73,000.
So, the new BMW M760i xDrive is indeed a good alternative for some of the aforementioned models, including those from Bentley or Aston Martin, especially if we are talking here about performance.
As you probably know, the M760i xDrive is injected with an M Performance treatment, meaning that it comes with a massive 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12 engine, good for 600 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque, mostly revolving around the same kind of power seen on a Rolls-Royce Ghost, for instance. This makes is run like hell from 0 to 100 km/h, meaning just 3.6 seconds.