BMW 7 Series Receives Mansory Treatment

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The BMW 7 Series is one refined and dynamic machine, we can tell you that. Taking the task to tune such a vehicle brings a huge responsibility, but this seems to have motivated Mansory, which has released an aftermarket package for BMW’s flagship model.

The Swiss tuning company hasn’t released the full details of the development, so we can only rely on the adjacent images to tell you what the 7 Series has been gifted with. Before we start, we have to tell you that we find certain elements of the car’s bodykit, such as the front bumper, as having a questionable design.

So, let’s get to the point. The luxury saloon has been fitted with a body kit that also includes carbon fiber elements, such as the front grille. The front bumper comes with massive air intakes, uses a new type of mesh grille and includes a set of horizontally-positioned LED daytime running lights.

Moving to the rear of the vehicle, we find a redesigned apron that houses two generously-sized exhaust tips that use an original design. Both the front and the rear bumper use side air vents that come with a design borrowed from those featured on the BMW 1 Series M Coupe. The tuner has also installed a boot lid spoiler and a roof spoiler. The vehicle rides on a set of generously-sized rims that come in an elegant multi-spoke design.

It’s time to enter the cabin now: here, we find a number of custom goodies, such as an aluminum pedal set, carbon fiber trimming and special floor mats.
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