Sachin’s love for BMW continues. His recent acquisition is a brand new customised BMW 7 series 750Li with the M Sports package. This specific automobile has been solely custom-made by BMW engineers for the cricketing legend. This is the second BMW car which the master blaster has acquired this year. The previous one was a customised BMW 8i. Besides BMW, Sachin also owns a fleet of other brands. His first car was the humble Maruti 800. In 1983 Sachin wanted to buy this vehicle from Maruti but could not because of money shortage. But after a few years, having collected enough money, he did buy the car. This car has a special place in his heart and, as reports suggest, he has still kept it. Some of the other luxury cars which Sachin owned or owns are from car makers Opel, Porsche and Mercedes. Besides cars the master blaster also owns a two-wheeler — Yamaha FZ 16 bike.
Sachin also happens to be the brand ambassador of this German Luxury car maker(BMW).The new generation BMW 7 series launched in India comes in 5 variants. The price range of these cars start from INR 1,11,00,000 and goes up to INR 1,55,00,000. The M sports version of the car which Sachin now owns comes with a new sporty front bumper adorned with heavy chrome accents around the air intakes. This gives the car a more graceful look. Other customised features of Sachin’s car includes the forged 20-inch V-spoke design alloy wheels with BMW individual lettering inscribed on them. To add to this, the car also comes with a new digital and customisable iDrive 5.0 infotainment system with touch screen display.
Guessing from the image posted in the media of Sachin with his new 7 series and also going by Sachin’s love for white leather interiors, its would be safe to guess that the new 7 series of Sachin also has the same white leather interiors with the insignia of BMW printed on the headrests of the seats. Some of the noticeable features of the new gen BMW 7 series launched in India include Enhanced Driver Experience Control function with four modes– Comfort, Sport, Eco-Pro and a new adaptive mode that monitors driving style plus ambient lighting throughout the cabin that can be customised in an array of colours and brightness levels.
The car also comes with an extremely efficient remote parking system that uses cameras and radar sensors. The cameras and radars enable the car to park itself without human intervention.
The car which the Indian cricketer bought boasts of a 4.4-litre Twin Power Turbo V8 engine. This engine generates a maximum of 450bhp. This car is capable of reaching from 0-100 kmph in just 4.7 seconds.