Behold the new BMW 760Li Sterling edition customized by BMW Individual Manufaktur in partnership with Robbe & Berking; it’s embellished with handcrafted silver trim inside out. BMW Individual Program has created unique vehicles over the years, including the bespoke BMW 750Li built for Karl Lagerfeld in the 90s. BMW 760Li, with its endless list of uber-luxurious features and subtle exterior, is arguably one of the best limousines on offer in the market and the 925 sterling silver treatment by the silversmiths of Robbe & Berking blends beautifully with the overall design. Robbe & Berking, founded in 1874, is considered to be the number one provider of silverware worldwide, with its handmade products used by many top restaurants, hotels, and half of the world’s biggest yachts.
The 760Li Sterling edition is ornamented with hand-hammered silver brightwork, including the twin-kidney grille, the emblems, and the interior trim panels. The Sterling edition is painted in Singapore Grey to match the mesmeric silverwork on the outside and comes with several Merino leather combinations for the interior. Besides the customization, mechanically, the special edition is identical to the normal 760Li and comes with the same 6.0 liter Twin-Turbo V12 that produces 535 horsepower and 550 lb-ft of torque from 1,500-5,000 rpm, which is enough to propel the 5,000 lb sedan from 0-60 mph in just 4.2 seconds. But the generous use of silver – 22 pounds of silver has been used on the 760Li Sterling edition – has earned it the label of being the most expensive BMW 7 series to be ever made. The BMW Individual 760Li Sterling Edition pricing has not been revealed yet and can be obtained only upon request.
[Via – Autoblog]