A V12 has never look as good as it does inside the hood of a BMW. It’s been 25 years since the German automaker first dropped a 12-banger in the BMW 750iL and to celebrate this milestone they’ve decided to produce a very limited edition BMW 760Li in its honor. This special model comes packed with just under $17,000 worth of premium upgrades over the base version, including a plush Champagne Full Merino Leather interior with black piping, “V-12 25 Years Edition” badges on the doors, headrests, and steering wheel, and rear-seat entertainment centers. However, there are no modifications to the 535 horsepower, twin turbo engine that pumps out 550 lb-ft. of torque and is capable of propelling the car to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds thanks to 535-horsepower. Currently, BMW is only releasing 15 of these beauties in the United States beginning in early 2013, which, combined with a sticker price of $142,795, means they won’t have any trouble selling-out.