Of course, there is no shortage of luxury equipment, from gesture control technology, a panoramic sunroof, four-zone climate control with front and rear heating, cooling and massaging functions, refrigerator and even a remote key with a colour screen on it.
An ‘Excellence’ package is also available at no extra cost, which replaces M-Sport styling accents with a chrome-and-woodgrain treatment. For a maximum stealth setting, however, there are no sports-subtracting changes under-skin.
Like all BMW models, the M760Li xDrive is covered by the company’s Condition Based Servicing schedule, that relies on an array of sensors and algorithms that monitor the conditions in which the vehicle is used including mileage, time elapsed since its last service, fuel consumption and how a vehicle is driven.
As befitting a range-topping luxury offering, the M760Li comes with a long list of standard equipment which includes top-shelf navigation, 16-speaker Bowers & Wilkins stereo, wireless phone charging, Bluetooth, rear view camera, parking assistant, surround view camera, remote parking, panoramic sunroof and BMW’s ConnectedDrive system among others.