The cheapest, humblest BMW 7 gets pimped-out to 11
The BMW Individual program is a true godsend for all fans of the Bavarian marque. You can essentially turn any BMW car into your very own dream ride without resorting to any sort of aftermarket tuning.
That said, most custom jobs are commissioned by individuals who buy high-end M Series sports cars. Our today’s example is a remarkable exception to the rule. It is a 730Li, the most affordable, entry-level 7 Series sedan/saloon that comes powered by a turbocharged four-banger.
Whoever ordered the car paid to have it painted Aventurine Red II Metallic, a subdued coppery red tint with a hint of orange.
In contrast, the interior sports a beige-and-black gamma livened up by occasional imitation wood inserts (poplar, to be specific). The result actually looks spacious and airy.
Would you order a BMW 730Li like this one?
Photos: BMW Abu Dhabi Motors
Reporter Sergei Musa
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