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BMW Japan Goes All Out With G12 750Li Rose Quartz Edition

In Japan, pink or colors close to pink are popular for one too many reasons. Incidentally, BMW's Individual arm decided to give its well-to-do Japanese customers a 7er to remember.
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Introducing the 2017 BMW 750Li Rose Quartz, a limited-run model with a name inspired by its paintwork. The product of BMW Individual, this 7er’s Rose Quartz paint job is beautifully complemented by 20-inch W-spoke alloys.

Based on the 7 Series Celebration Edition Individual (pictured in blue in the photo gallery), the 750Li Rose Quartz is priced from ¥20,190,000, which is approximately $194,450 at current exchange rates. Slated to debut at the Ritz-Carlton Osaka hotel, there’s more to this car than the exclusive finish.

The interior, for example, is dressed in Merino Smoke White leather upholstery. BMW Individual treatments continue with Smoke White Alcantara roof lining, Ash Grain Black / Red interior trim, wood on the steering wheel, special door sill plates, as well as Rear Comfort Package Plus. The latter consists of a massive glass sunroof, heated and ventilated rear seats, as well as rear massage seats. What’s more, a cool box is also on the menu for those who fancy sipping champagne while being driven in this full-sized luxobarge.

On the technical front, the tricked-out 750Li Rose Quartz is based on the extended wheelbase model (G12), and it’s motivated by a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine. With 450 horsepower and 479 lb-ft (650 Nm) on tap, the sprint to 62 mph (100 km/h) takes 4.7 seconds. Top speed, as expected from a German luxury car, is electronically limited to 155 mph or 250 km/h.

Described by BMW Japan as an “overwhelming presence” that’s “full of grace,” only select dealers will be able to sell this luxurious machine in the Land of the Rising Sun. The manufacturer has yet to confirm how many units will be allocated. Be that as it may, it's believed that only 100 examples will be made. It'll be a rare sight on Japan's public roads, though, that's for sure.


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