If you swing big for BMW’s restyled 7-Series, the best you can do right now is an M760Li xDrive version, which is powered by a 6.6-liter V12 engine, producing 585 PS (577 HP) and 850 Nm (626 lb-ft) of torque.
It’s fast, big and luxurious and it’s pretty much all the BMW you’ll ever need, right? Well, it’ll have to, as even if the Bavarian automaker has filed a trademark application regarding the M7 nameplate, we don’t see it happening for this generation.
M7 or 7-Series Cabrio?
Out of all these renderings put together by designer Aksyonov Nikita, we have the M7 as the most thrilling, the Individual spec (rendered on white) as a more exclusive offering, and then we have three more body styles that are completely out of the realms of possibility, at least for this generation of the 7er.
Still, the one that best tickles our imagination is the convertible model, which would be (in theory), a proposition slotting between an open-top Rolls Royce and a Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabriolet. Of course, like the S-Class, any two-door version of the 7-Series would require new body panels front and rear, so as to look a little more composed.
As for the Coupe and Wagon drawings, the former isn’t all that inspiring to look at, while the latter really doesn’t make any sense considering how many SUVs you can buy from BMW.