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BMW Announced New Options For X5 and X6

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BMW is refreshing its big SUVs with a range of new equipments and visual upgrades. The new stuff will be available simultaneously for the BMW X5 and the BMW X6 from Autumn 2011.

They have also added the Citrine Black Metallic exterior color you see here to the range. Furthermore, door sill finishers will feature the BMW Individual designation. These finishers will be included in the BMW Individual composition package that will be available for both models. The BMW Individual interior trim sets distinctive new accents with its black patterned leather.

BMW Individual extended Merino leather trim is also now available in Amaro Brown. For even more driving excitement, the BMW X5 Sport Package includes the new M leather steering wheel with integrated gearshift paddles.

What’s more, both the X5 and the X6 can now be ordered as as Exclusive Edition models. Highlights of these models include Platinum Bronze Metallic (BMW X5) and Mineral Silver Metallic (BMW X6), plus the front door sill finishers featuring the BMW Edition designation and the rear sills bearing the BMW lettering on the BMW X5. Inside the cabin they feature BMW Individual headliner in Anthracite, the fine wood trim in dark Bamboo grain, plus black floor mats with oyster-coloured edging, as well as Nevada leather Oyster upholstery plus heating and electric seat adjustment.

The Exclusive Editions can also be ordered with 20-inch light alloy wheels with Y spoke styling. All in all, a lot of garnish to make your car unique and more pleasant.

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