BMW 7-Series Tries to Be a Bugatti Veyron

The Bangle-designed E65 generation of the BMW 7-Series was one of the most controversial models in the history of the German carmaker, with quite a lot of people criticizing the styling of the car.
The 7-Series has received a facelift and a new generation, which, in its turn received a revamp lately, but the controversy of the E65 is still alive, in the aftermarket world. The 7er in the adjacent video probably got sick and tired of all the criticism and decided that it had to change its identity. And what better car model to become if not a Bugatti Veyron?

The car, which is wearing Platinum Motorsport plates, uses the paint scheme from the French German hypercar and is one of the most extreme creations of this kind we’ve ever seen. And while we actually had no problem with the design of the E65, the custom color scheme makes us ask for a paper bag.
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