In terms of amenities, the BMW i7 M70 comes standard with a M interior package that includes a M steering wheel, M footrests, and M Powerboost animation for the instrument panel. Dual screens up front, ventilated, and massaging seats all around are additional goodies brought over from the i7 xDrive60.
The i7 M70 built for India will have twin motors that provide 660 horsepower and 1100 pound-feet of torque, which is enough for a 0-100 kph time of 3.7 seconds and a peak speed of 250 kph.
Expect the BMW i7 M70 to be on sale in this country quite soon, but a launch date has not yet been announced. Given that the M70 offers greater performance, anticipate it to cost much more than the i7 xDrive60, which is presently priced at Rs 1.95 crore.