BMW 7-Series By Mansory Revealed
You know by now that rpmGO doesn’t really like the tuning programs developed by Mansory because we think that they have the tendency to exaggerate and roll out flashy cars. This BMW 7-Series is an exception, as it looks very good in my opinion. The car has been fitted with a new aerodynamic kit that includes a front bumper with integrated LED daytime running lights, along with a new carbon grille.
It also got a roof spoiler, a new apron, plus a rear diffuser and integrated stainless steel quad pipes from the new installed exhaust system. This upgrade program is available for both the F01 and F02 7-Series.
They offer performance upgrades for both the 750i and the 760Li, which is the extended wheelbase version. For the first one, the V8 twin-turbo 4.4-liter can get a remap of the ECU and a sport air filter, increasing the engine’s output to 483 hp (490 PS / 360 kW) and 531 lb.-ft (720 Nm), which is significantly more than the standard 402 hp (408 PS / 300 kW) and 440 lb.-ft (600 Nm).
Moving on, the 760Li with its massive V12 twin-turbo 6.0-liter engine can output 631 hp (640 PS / 470 kW) and 678 lb.-ft (920 Nm) torque, up from the standard 537 hp (544 PS / 400 kW) and 550 lb.-ft (750 Nm). With this extra oomph under the bonnet, the car can do the 0-60 mph sprint in only 4.2 seconds, which is 0.4 seconds quicker than the standard version.
Mansory has fitted the 7-Series with a brand new set of 10×22-inch wheels, covered by 265/35R22 performance tires in the front, and 295/30R22 in the back.
As far as the cabin is concerned they’ve installed a new ergonomically-designed, sport steering wheel that doesn’t have BMW’s logo (kind of rude in my opinion). Alcantra, leather, wood and carbon trims are all available for this 7-Series.
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