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BMW M760Li On Launch Cards in India

Believe it or not, but a new full-size luxury BMW M760Li car is expected to make its way at 2016 Auto Expo, which is all set to show its magic in New Delhi. It shows that the German Car maker is working on its line-up for 7 Series that first started with showcasing BMW E23. This new generation model has been rumored to come with V12-cylinder engine that is going to release for the first time in this Series.

BMW M760Li On Launch Cards in India

Another news from BMW is that, the Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi has decided own BMW 7 Series 760 Li as his official car. If it is true, then BMW definitely becomes a big question and great challenge, for other car makers Mercedes, Audi, Jaguar and also for the Indian car segment.

Coming to further details, BMW M760Li will be powered by the similar engine which is loaded in one of the most known cars in the world, Rolls-Royce Ghost. It includes 6.6-litre V16 engine which is good for a huge power of about 600 bhp and supposed to deliver all of it to the rear wheels or all-wheels (optional) with a maximum torque of 700 Nm, mated with an 8-speed automatic transmission. Exactly the same powertrain will also be available in 760 Li model.

Sometimes it’s better to be aware rather than being surprised is the motto to build this news, which is based on a leaked image on its online configurator. Well, BMW M760Li is far away to make its run in India, but it will reveal at country’s largest motor show scheduled from February 4-7 in the capital. The price is around INR 1.07 crore (Ex-showroom Delhi) which is also fulfilled to its magnificence.

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Rahul Sharma

A mechanical engineer with zeal for cars and bikes. He likes to write what is going around in auto world and hence chose blogging as both passion and profession.

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