Fire Orange High-Spec BMW 750i Looking To Fetch $135,000

While Individual Fire Orange is mostly associated with BMW M models, someone clearly thought that it would suit the flagship 7-Series, too.

Orange may not be the most popular color, but when it comes to this particular 750i, which can be found at Century West BMW, it precedes an extensive options list.

This example has the Autobahn Package and the Drivers Assistance Plus and Plus II Packages and also comes with Active Comfort Drive with Road Preview, Surround View with 3D View, Parking Assistant with Active Park Distance Control, Blind Spot Detection and loads more.

What does that mean exactly? Take a deep breath and read a quick rundown of its features: Daytime Pedestrian Protection, Frontal Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning, Speed Limit Info, Active Cruise Control, Active Lane Keeping Assistant with Side-Collision Avoidance, Traffic Jam Assistant, Power Rear Sunshades, Front Ventilated and Massaging Seats, Ceramic controls, M-Sport pack, Rear Entertainment system, Comfort Access keyless entry, Panoramic Sky Lounge LED roof, Ambient Air Package, Remote Control Parking, Heads Up display, a Bowers & Wilkins diamond surround sound system plus quite a few others.

All in all, it has over $38,000’s worth of extras on it and they’re all meant to make it easier to live with, safer and more luxurious, though they raise the car’s sticker price to no less than $135,000.

In terms of aesthetics, it’s got carbon fiber mirrors, stainless steel pedals, M-Performance rocker decals and 21″ wheels to put down its 450 PS (445 HP) and 650 Nm (480 lb-ft) of torque.


  • Bo Hanan

    This is one of those cars that look great in the showroom or on the magazine cover. But on the road or in your garage- no! Orange wears well on certain coupes, but not on 4-door family sedans.

    • roy

      You ate absolutely right. This looks really well in the showroom and for that matter these pictures. But I’m not sure about its appearance in road

  • Expensive Visual Pollution

    It had better have a minibar in the back because that’s what I’ll need after looking at the exterior.


  • fabri99

    Flashy colours don’t look good on big cars. The end.

  • Nordschleife

    Bit bright but I can dig it. But I agree with some of the others in that real life usage might be too much….unless you live in Miami.

    • An Existing Person

      I totally see this roaming South Beach, driving slow enough to draw even more attention to it and its driver.

  • TheBelltower

    If you’re obsessed with safety, then I suppose.

  • Tinky-Winky

    I have nothing against flashy paintjobs but orange is usually somewhere at the bottom of my color list. This example here is just plain orange without any shade of yellow or red so it may look great under the tiny lights of the showroom but probably bland on the streets.

  • Honda NSX-R

    That color would suit an M4. This? Not so much.

  • Kagan

    Especially on the first picture it looks like Camry stiling not as a car for 150 00$

  • Kash

    give it 2 years, 1 owner, and 20k miles and it’ll be worth maybe $70k retail.

  • O123

    Shouldn’t active cruise control be standard on a 7 series??

  • Lloyd Elliott

    As sharp as this is, I can’t help but think Cinderella’s coach has reverted back to a pumpkin. It’s just a little too much orange for my taste, and I like a metallic orange.

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