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Maximum security comes to the BMW 7 Series

By on July 15, 2014
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Maximum security comes to the BMW 7 Series

BMW recently announced the launch of its armoured sedan based on the BMW 7 Series. The vehicle promises to meet the most stringent safety requirements for individuals with enhanced security needs. The BMW 760Li High Security is certified to the international standard guideline BRV 2009 and the vehicle meets the highest requirements of ballistic protection.


President of the BMW Group India Philipp von Sahr said, “The BMW 7 Series makes a compelling individual statement convincing you not only with its high-quality, exclusive character, but also with its functionality. The BMW 760Li High Security provides optimum safety in the individual mobility segment combined with unparalleled comfort of travel, superior drive technology and an abundance of innovative equipment features to guarantee confident motoring at all times.”

The security concept was developed parallel to the production model and the integration of safety components is an integral part of the vehicle production process at BMW’s Dingolfing plant in Germany. Specific chassis components are perfectly adapted to the increase in weight due to the sedan's armour plating. Hence, reinforced suspension, dampers and suspension strut top mountings are part of the model-specific component range. This approach ensures finely-tuned vehicle performance characteristics that cannot be achieved by retrofitted armour plating.

In order to ensure the confidentiality of its elite clientele, BMW provides exclusive consultancy and personalised sales and service support all across the country. BMW High-Security sedans are serviced by certified special garages only. Access to the vehicles is restricted to very few selected and specially trained personnel. As part of the special customer service, BMW offers special driver training programmes for security vehicles.

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