Official photos of BMW's upcoming 7-Series M-sport package have surfaced online.
While the package doesn't include the X6 M's 555 hp 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, it boasts several unique styling accessories which help to differentiate it from standard models. Key exterior design differences include more aggressive front and rear bumpers, "shadowline" trim around the windows, additional chrome detailing, and a set of M-design wheels.
Although the single interior image doesn't provide many details, we can clearly see the most dominate trait of the M-sport package is a large expanse of aluminum trim on the dash. Other changes appear to include aggressively bolstered sports seats and a new M steering wheel.
Look for the M-sport package to be unveiled with the new 306 hp 3.0-liter biturbo diesel 740d, with availability for all 7's shortly thereafter.