As the Middle East market is the third biggest market worldwide for BMW 7-Series sales is no surprise to hear that the German company developed a special edition 760Li for the Arab Emirates. The new model, called 760Li V12 M Bi-Turbo combines a powerful, V-12 engine with a bespoke, luxury interior and a specially highlighted exterior look.

The model is powered by a 6.0 liter V-12 twin-turbo engine that delivers a total of 544 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque. This powerful engine, combined with an eight-speed automatic transmission should be enough to catapult the luxury sedan from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.6 seconds.

The model can be ordered in eight different colors inspired by the most famous Formula One tracks from around the world: Monte Carlo Blue, Silverstone II and Imola Red. Next to these special colors, the new special edition will be distinguished by a series of unique elements added to both the exterior and the interior.

Click past the jump to read more about the BMW 760Li V12 M Bi-Turbo.

  • 2013 BMW 760Li V12 M Bi-Turbo
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    6.0 L
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BMW 760Li V12 M Bi-Turbo in Detail

2013 BMW 760Li V12 M Bi-Turbo Exterior
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2013 BMW 760Li V12 M Bi-Turbo Exterior
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2013 BMW 760Li V12 M Bi-Turbo Exterior
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The new BMW 760Li M Bi-Turbo special edition will also be distinguished by a series of special features like special "V12 M Bi-Turbo" and "M" badging engraved in dark chrome on the rear boot lid, door sills and door handles. The car rides on exclusive M Sport 19 or 20-inch alloy wheels with double spoke.

For the interior the model will add 100% Nappa Oyster leather offered in four different colors: orange, blue, red or black with contrasting M color stitching. Other updates include the iDrive controller, air conditioning vents and other levers in a ceramic finish and black wood with "V12" stitched into the headrests.

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