The Bavarian automaker is looking to infuse its two largest SUV offerings – the X5 and X6 – with new and interesting perks to keep them fresh for European clients.
The BMW X5 arrives as the Special Edition, while the X6 M comes in the form of the Sport Edition – bundling additional features and equipment usually seen on the option list, but also some unique elements. The X5 Special Edition bundles the M Sport Package and a Dakota leather trim as standard, with an alternative of Alcantara/leather mix finished in anthracite/black and with the M badging free of charge. The option includes a look at the Individual catalog where there are five colors for the extended Merino leather upholstery. BMW also bundles tinted windows and the Multifunctional Instrument Display – except for the plug-in hybrid xDrive40e iPerformance.
The X6 M Sport Edition also comes with the M Sport Package as standard feature, and buyers can opt for the Long Beach Blue metallic shade or the Mineral White and Carbon Black. The series receives exclusive use of new 20-inch alloy wheels or an optional 21-inch version if you need the X6 to never leave the asphalt. The sporty and luxurious interior is upfitted with carbon fiber trim and the elements from the standard M Sport Package. The X6 M Sport Edition can be had with any available version save for the X6 M50d – and both models will arrive at dealerships on the Old Continent starting this December.