The M760Li gets a 6.6-liter V12 engine under the hood, for some serious Bavarian bark.

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The Bavarian bite is in the 610 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque produced by the massive engine.

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Large fender flares house the 20-inch M light alloy wheels.

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Larger air intakes in the front fascia are specific to the M760 model.

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The M760Li substitutes cerium gray trim for the usual chrome.

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A multi-functional M steering wheel dominates the cabin, flanked by paddle shifters to manually operate the eight-speed automatic transmission.

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Seating surfaces are covered in Nappa leather and the rear compartment gets deep-pile carpet.

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The 19-inch M sport brakes with metallic blue painted calipers play peek-a-boo from the 20-inch wheels.

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The base model has an electronically limited speed of 155 mph. Upgrade to the optional M Driver's Package to eke out 189 mph.

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The center console gets V-12 badging in case you forget you're driving a monster.

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