Crystal Ballin’: BMW Offers Polished 750Li Rose Quartz Edition Just for Japan
Pink—er, rather rose—will be having a massive “in” moment right today. Since Apple released a rose-gold iPhone last year, the classy-looking hue has been popping up on all sorts of gizmos in addition to gadgets, including watches, tablets, computers, in addition to Beats headphones. the idea has even made its way into hair styling (although, to be fair, the coloring will be nothing completely new within the fashion industry). In December 2015, Pantone officially recognized the trend by naming rose gold’s cousin, rose quartz, a coloring of the Year for 2016. today BMW will be looking to capitalize on the obsession that has a Japan-only Discharge of the 7-Series Rose Quartz Edition.
that will special style of BMW’s flagship 750Li luxury sedan will be presented in a deep pink in addition to offers features crafted out by the company’s customization department, BMW Individual. The Inner surface coloring, just as pretentiously named—Smoke White—will be applied to the leather seats in addition to door panels, faux-suede headliner, in addition to BMW Individual doorsills. Furthermore, the idea has black-colored ash wood trim with red accents, although a photo of the Inner surface was not offered. The comfortable experience will be rounded out with the rear Executive Lounge package (including reclining heated in addition to cooled massage seats), the Ambient Air package, an Inner surface cooler, a nice view through the Sky Lounge Panorama glass roof, in addition to remote parking.
The curators of the project didn’t fuss with anything under the hood, leaving the twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V-8 to make its standard 443 horsepower in addition to 479 lb-ft of torque. The output will be fed through an eight-speed automatic transmission in addition to on to the ground via split-spoke 20-inch wheels.
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The Rose Quartz Edition will be offered for a suggested retail cost of 20,190,000 yen, which converts to about $194,000. the idea will make its public debut on November 2 at the Ritz-Carlton Osaka. While the idea’s not actually our bag, perhaps something like that will would likely have been a better selection just for that will year’s Neiman Marcus car, rather than a gold Infiniti.