BMW X5 Special and X6 M Sport Editions

A confident presence in any situation and boundless driving pleasure on any terrain are among the shared strengths of the BMW X5 and BMW X6. And the Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) and Sports Activity Coupe (SAC) are now set to welcome attractive special-edition models which underscore their exclusive and sporting character extremely effectively.

The BMW X5 Special Edition and X6 M Sport Edition both capture the imagination with their high-class equipment features. The two special-edition models will be available from December.

The BMW X5 Special Edition brings together the M Sport package with Dakota leather trim, including heated seats for the driver and front passenger. The Alcantara/leather upholstery combination in Anthracite/Black and with M badging on the seat leather is available as an alternative at no extra cost.

 

BMW Individual extended leather upholstery Merino in five color variants can be specified as an option. Added to which, the X5 Special Edition also comes with sun protection glass and the Multifunctional Instrument Display (not available for the BMW X5 xDrive40e iPerformance). All variants of the BMW X5 are available in Special Edition guise, with the exception of the BMW X5 M50d.

The Long Beach Blue metallic exterior paint shade and Carbon-fiber interior trim strips are the exclusive elements of the M Sport Edition package for the BMW X6. The Carbon Black and Mineral White metallic paint finishes are available as alternatives.

 

The M Sport Edition also adds the equipment features of the M Sport package and 20-inch M light-alloy wheels (also exclusive) in double-spoke design with mixed-size runflat tyres. 21-inch M light-alloy wheels in double-spoke design with mixed-size runflat tyres can be ordered as an option for the special-edition model. All engine variants of the Sports Activity Coupe are available in M Sport Edition specification, with the exception of the BMW X6 M50d.

BMW X5 has a combined fuel consumption of 9.6 – 3.3 l/100 km and CO2 emissions combined at 224 – 77 g/km), while the BMW X6 has a combined fuel consumption of 9.7 – 6.9 l/100 km and CO2 emissions at 225 – 183 g/km).

Edited: BMW

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