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.