The current-generation BMW 7 Series is on its last legs before the next-generation model arrives in 2015. We all know what that means, right? Final Edition time, baby! True to form, BMW went that route in introducing the 7 Series Individual Final Edition. I’d be doing splits and cartwheels right now if not for the fact that the model is only available in France.

I’m not going to be pretend that I’m not a little jealous about that fact because I am. But that’s life.

The 7 Series Individual Final Edition is exactly what you’d expect from a special-edition model. BMW took great lengths to make it as unique as possible, putting in a variety of exclusive additions from BMW Individual. Both the exterior and the interior of the car received doses of BMW Individual, although the whole package seems a little muted compared to all the 4 Series and M4 models that received the same tender love and affection from BMW Individual.

Don’t get me wrong. The 7 Series Individual Final Edition still looks fantastic., but for what it’s been billed as — it’s a send-off edition, for all intents and purpose — I expected a little bit more panache.

The current-generation BMW 7 Series is powered by a host of engine options, none bigger than the 6.0-liter V-12 on the top-of-the-line 760i. This engine produces 544 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque, allowing the 760i to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 4.6 seconds to go with electronically limited top speed of 155 mph.

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The exterior modifications for the 7 Series Individual Final Edition is limited to a Citrine Black metallic hue, black chrome trim surrounds, and a set of 19-inch Individual wheels. BMW is giving customers the option to stick with the Citrine Black color or drop it in favor of a regular shade from BMW or one from BMW Individual.

Unlike the exterior, the interior of the 7 Series Individual Final Edition comes with a bevy of features. The most noticeable upgrade is the fine-grain, Merion leather that comes in either Platinum or Cohiba Brown. Once you’ve picked the trim, you can move on and choose the contrast piping, which is available in either Black or Opal White. The cabin’s headliner is also up for modification, which in this case comes down to a choice between Platinum or Anthracite. Finally, the cabin features Piano Finish Black high-gloss interior accents.

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The current BMW 7 Series is prepared to make way for the next generation model. Before we get too far ahead, it’s important to give the current 7 Series one final run.

Throughout the life of the current-generation 7 Series, the model has received numerous exterior, interior, performance, and technological upgrades. It’s only fitting that the 7 Series has undergone a lot of transformations, especially given its competition.

The engine lineup of the 7 Series begins with a 258-horsepower, 3.0-liter, straight-six, petrol engine in the entry-level 730i and goes all the way up to a 544-horsepower, V-12 engine found in the top-of-the-line 760i.

All of these versions feature a host of new technology, including Auto Start-Stop function, Brake Energy Regeneration, and the second-generation Driving Experience Control switch with ECO PRO mode.

Prices for the current 7 Series range from $74,195 for the base model all the way up to $140,200 for the 760 Li version.

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With its unique combination of high-quality options from BMW Individual, the BMW 7 Series Individual Final Edition – designed specially for the French market – sets another new exclusivity benchmark in the luxury sedan segment. The extra features offered by the special-edition model include BMW Individual paintwork and a harmoniously composed blend of interior fixtures and fittings. The BMW Individual fine-grain Merino full-leather trim with piping in a contrasting colour, BMW Individual roof liner in Alcantara and high-gloss BMW Individual Piano Finish Black interior trim elements lend the interior an exceptionally stylish ambience and luxurious sense of well-being.

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