BMW M760Li leak suggests V12 flagship 7 Series is within development
A variety-topping 600bhp BMW M760Li operated by a V12 engine looks to become under development after pictures of one badged ‘M760Li’ briefly made an appearance around the Munich company’s website.
Images purporting to exhibit an M Performance 7 Series variant were first spotted by BMW blogging website Bimmertoday if this was indicating a vehicle using BMW’s online configuration tools.
The configurator presented an image of the lengthy-wheelbase 7 Series bearing an ‘M760Li’ badge on its rear the look has since been taken off BMW’s website.
A flagship, performance-oriented 7 Series to defend myself against the Audi S8 Plus and Mercedes-AMG S65 continues to be anticipated, with interest in this type of model prone to originate from both US and Chinese markets.
The prior-generation 760Li was outfitted having a twin-turbocharged 6.-litre V12 engine. As the previous version had 535bhp, however, the brand new vehicle is anticipated to push the reserves of switch on to around 600bhp.
It’s not obvious which engine would propel the M760Li, although one suggestion is it will be a detuned form of the 6.6-litre V12 utilized by Rolls-Royce in models like the Wraith. Other reports suggest the vehicle could harness its power via BMW’s xDrive four-wheel drive system.
It’s expected the M760Li might have a small top speed of 155mph and then sprint from the dead stop to 62mph within 4.0sec.
The M760Li would stop lacking as being a full M vehicle, however.