BMW 7 Series Signature Edition launched in India for Rs 1.22 crore (ex-showroom India).
On the terms of changes made, there are none of them in the technical zone, as the flagship BMW Signature is based on the 730Ld (diesel) trim of the line-up.
Launch took place at a BMW Fashion Show that was hosted by the Indian fashion designer Suneet Varma.
For the high notes, tweaks made included Bang & Olufsen sound system of 1200 watts with 16 speakers, active steering which was available on the petrol variants earlier, and exclusive use of Nappa leather on upholstery in combination of ivory white and black. The rear seats get separate reading lights and 13 litre chiller – sufficient for a couple of 0.7 litre bottles and drinking cans. Riding on 19-inch wheels, the Signature 730Ld is rolled out in two metallic paint shades named mineral white and imperial blue. The burr walnut trims inside the cabin makes this package more apprehensive.
Hope so, this all new BMW 7 Series is lurked out to lure the diesel buyers who are willing to pay more for the oodles of benefits from petrol variant.