The M Sport package includes the typical exterior upgrades to give a sharper, sportier appearance, along with interior upgrades to enhance the driver-car interface. New pieces include a BMW M shifter, M steering wheel and M footrest. Carbon fiber trim is also available.
In combination with the M Sports package, the customer also has the choice of exclusive paintwork in Carbon Black Metallic, apart from six other body colors all available as an option. Completing the look is a set of 19-inch M light-alloy wheels in a double-spoke design, or optional 20-inch units. And last but not least, the electronically controlled BMW Dynamic Drive also comes in the M Sports package for the 7-series.
Other models in the BMW fleet available with an M Sport package include the 1, 3, and 5-Series, as well as the X5, which you can read about in our previous story.
Sadly, it appears rumors of a high-performance M7 super-saloon have been proven unfounded as this new styling pack is only a minor upgrade to the standard car.