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BMW 760Li Wearing Purple and a V12 Costs an Arm and a Leg

When it comes to exotic cars and body colors bright enough to make your eyes bleed, the car scene in the United Arab Emirates is by far the most well-equipped around the world. But who said flamboyant colors are just for supercars?
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Photo: BMW Abu Dhabi
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If you are into BMWs - by the way, we know some of you are in love with the Bavarian brand - you must remember that a couple of years ago, BMW revealed the 760Li Sterling Robbe & Berking Edition.

In case you're not familiar with Robbe & Berking's work, all you need to know is they are the number one provider of silverware on the globe. Which means the BMW 760 Li received a lot of bespoke goodies, like exterior paint, solid sterling silver badges, front grille and body trim.

But BMW Abu Dhabi wanted more than that. As a result, we get to see another unique BMW: it's a 760Li as well, but painted in Twilight Purple. That's right, purple, because white collars and suits can't always rely on black and white to get noticed, right?

That being said, I think we can assume this particular car is one of the most expensive BMW F02s, and, to be honest, you don't need a specs and equipment list to figure that out.

I mean, the car is fitted with the optional M Sport pack while the cabin received the BMW Individual Opal White Merino full leather treatment. The spoils can be seen mostly at the back, and BMW had a rear-seat entertainment system to prove that with dual 9.2-inch color displays.

While you prepare your eyes for the photo gallery, allow us to quickly add something about the car's heart. Under the hood lies a twin-turbo V12 6.0-liter engine releasing 544 HP and 750 Nm (554 lb-ft) of torque.

Late for a meeting? Well, we incline to think the 4.6 seconds required to hit 100 km/h (62 mph) from a standstill will make up for the lost time.
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