BMW may be working on an brand-new 7 Series executive that is expected to arrive in 2016, but the Germans aren’t ignoring the current model. To help improve sales and get ready for a new launch, the Munich-based automaker will roll out numerous special edition models over the next couple of years.
Last time we looked, BMW launched the 7 Series Horse Edition , a limited edition model tailored specifically for the Chinese market. Now, the German are introducing the 7 Series Edition Exclusive, a bespoke model that’s not limited to a certain region or production number.
Developed more as a special package, the Edition Exclusive upgrade can be added to both the regular and the extended wheelbase 7 Series starting June 2014 for a yet unspecified price. Unlike other special editions, the Edition Exclusive can be had with any engine available for the 7 Series lineup, ranging from the 3.0-liter inline-six to the huge 6.0-liter V-12.
Exterior and interior upgrades aren’t exactly spectacular, but they to add a touch of exclusivity to the already luxurious 7 Series with plenty of Nappa leather as standard and Merino and Alcantara options.
Click past the jump to read more about the 2014 BMW 7 Series Edition Exclusive.