BMW M760Li

BMW's bringing its M badging to its 12-cylinder-equipped 7 Series for the first time with the M760Li.

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BMW M760Li

The M760Li touts a 600-horsepower, 12-cylinder engine.

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BMW M760Li

That'll provide enough forward thrust to achieve 60 mph in less than 4 seconds -- in the largest vehicle the brand makes!

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BMW M760Li

The wheels will come wrapped with high-end Michelin Pilot Super Sports, which are typically reserved for proper sports cars.

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BMW M760Li

Of course, there'll be plenty of V12 badging both inside and outside.

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BMW 740e iPerformance

On the other side of the spectrum, the 740e iPerformance is all about efficiency.

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BMW 740e iPerformance

The iPerformance name is all new, and will be used on future plug-in hybrids to point out the shared tech between these core models and BMW's i sub-brand.

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BMW 740e iPerformance

Along with a new name, iPerformance models will feature blue accents, a la the i8.

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BMW 740e iPerformance

No hidden charging ports here -- the plug goes into the front fender, just behind the wheel.

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BMW 740e iPerformance

The eDrive function will keep your vehicle operating on battery power alone for as long as possible.

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BMW M2 with Accessories

While the M2 isn't new, the accessories it's packing are.

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BMW M2 with Accessories

BMW's M Performance parts catalog will include several new bits for the brand's littlest sports coupe.

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BMW M2 with Accessories

Because who doesn't want carbon-fiber mirror caps?

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BMW M2 with Accessories

As one might expect, a sports exhaust will be included on the list of available upgrades.

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BMW M2 with Accessories

Buyers will be able to choose between metal and carbon-fiber finishes for the exhaust tips.

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BMW i8 Protonic Red Edition

BMW's special-edition i8 doesn't add anything in the way of performance.

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BMW i8 Protonic Red Edition

Instead, this special edition is all about aesthetics, sporting a unique red exterior.

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BMW i8 Protonic Red Edition

The i8 Protonic Red Edition also features matte-gray trim to add some contrast.

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BMW i8 Protonic Red Edition

This is the first of several special-edition i8s to come to market.

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BMW i8 Protonic Red Edition

The interior promises red stitching and carbon fiber and ceramic trim bits.

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