Though it’s not in the product plan at BMW‘s M division, its engineering boss would like to see an M7 be developed.
Albert Biermann, the M division’s engineering head, wants to create the M7 model, which has never been made by the German automaker. Although Alpina offers the high-performance B7, Biermann believes that the M7 could not only be different, but present an interesting proposition to high-end luxury consumers looking for large high-performance sedans.
Unfortunately, M is currently focusing on other projects including possible all-wheel-drive variants of the next-generation M5 and M6 and a possible M version of the 3 Series GT due in 2016.
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