The formidable BMW V12 is being phased out, with the last units expected to be produced this summer. A limited last run of 7-Series will be produced for the United States to commemorate the brand's 35-year partnership with the engine configuration.
The vehicle's appearance will be distinguished by V12 badging at the rear and special 20-inch Style 760M double-spoke alloy wheels, which will be coated in either Window Grey or Jet Black and then polished to expose a dark silver surface accent. Customers may also pick between blue or black brake calipers, as well as any BMW Individual paint color. "THE FINAL V12" is engraved on the door sills and a panel on the engine cover.
Inside, BMW Individual Piano Black Finish trim can be seen throughout the interior, and a plaque honoring the car as "1 OF 12" can be found in the center console.
The M760i Final V12 will be available solely as a fully equipped model, featuring BMW's Driving Assistance Professional Package, the Luxury Rear Seating Package, a panoramic LED roof, adaptive LED headlights with Laserlight, and a Bowers & Wilkins sound system. Customers may choose from eight different inside colors for the Full Merino leather upholstery.
Each car will also come with a special trophy, which will be displayed on the owners' workstations and will memorialize the color, leather, and vehicle identification number of the car they bought.
A 6.6-liter V12 engine with two mono-scroll turbochargers and infinitely variable valve management produces 601 horsepower between 5,500 and 6,500 rpm. An eight-speed automatic transmission distributes the power to all four wheels. In just 3.6 seconds, the large car can reach a top speed of 96 km/h.
The "Final V12" automobiles will be restricted to only 12 examples in the United States, with prices starting at $200,000 including destination costs. Unique badging, wheels, and a broad range of customizing choices will set them apart.
Production will begin in June 2022, with deliveries beginning in July.