There are reports of various interior trim parts peeling including center console buttons, storage tray buttons, door sill entry covers, b-pillar trims, and kick panels.
Car Problem Reports
BMW 750Li Various Interior Trim Parts May Peel
BMW 750Li Problem
Average Mileage: 57,426 mi (28,000 mi - 100,000 mi)
Visitor, 2006 BMW 750Li, 80,000 mi
Center console buttons peeled, and now the front change tray button peeling. The only thing to do other than replacing is to peel it completely. Also inner door sills peeling.
Visitor, 2008 BMW 750Li, 59,000 mi
Had this happen on both my 2008 750li and my 2008 BMW 750I and just peeled the rest of the button off and all looks well.
Visitor, 2007 BMW 750Li, 47,000 mi
interior trim peeling also the trim around the exterior of the windows has severe discoloration issues.
Visitor, 2008 BMW 750Li, 47,000 mi
I have the same problem with the coating coming off my trim. It makes the vehicle look really cheap.
What's the best fix for this?
Visitor, 2006 BMW 750Li, 100,000 mi
Paneling peeling all over
Visitor, 2007 BMW 750Li, 28,000 mi
the buttons on the center console and the interior trim pieces are all peeling. Looing for info on how do fix it without taking the car to the dealer
Visitor, 2006 BMW 750Li
button on center trays peel
Visitor, 2006 BMW 750Li, 82,000 mi
More peeling of the silver around the key insertion and on the phone. Looks really cheap.
Visitor, 2006 BMW 750Li, 70,000 mi
Interior peeling especially on door jams
Visitor, 2007 BMW 750Li
Interior trim is peeling.