On the back of the latest-generation BMW 7-Series being revealed, X-Tomi Design has decided to render the car in two interesting yet unlikely to materialise variants.
The first is a BMW 7-Series Touring. While the smaller 5-Series and 3-Series models are available in estate specification, it’s extremely unlikely the 7-Series will be created with the same body style. After all, the market for a wagon as luxurious as a 7-Series Touring would be absolutely tiny.
The second rendering is of a BMW M7. While throughout the years rumours have surfaced suggesting that such a car is in the works, the German marque recently confirmed that no M7 is on the cards. BMW believes the existing Alpina B7 provides enough performance to satisfy the needs of any customers looking for go-fast 7-Series models.
As for the new 7-Series more generally, two different variants will be offered in the United States upon launch. The 740i features a 3-litre, TwinPower, inline-six engine capable of producing 320 hp. Meanwhile, the 750i will come with a 4.4-liter, twin-turbo V8 which churns out 445 hp. Both the engines will be mated to an eight-speed Steptronic transmission and BMW’s xDrive (all-wheel drive system) will be optional. The V8 and inline-six engines have been updated via BMW’s new generation of power units. The 740i will come for $81,300 while the 750i will cost at least $97,400.
[Via X-Tomi Design]