BMW Individual Composition Available for X5, X6, X7 Starting December
BMW announced today that its largest SUVs in the range will get a few more customizations starting this December. The biggest news is that the …
BMW announced today that its largest SUVs in the range will get a few more customizations starting this December. The biggest news is that the BMW Individual Composition will be made available for the X5, X6 and X7 models. Apart from that, you can also get new M seats inside, new trims and materials inside as well as more performance-enhancing upgrades.
The M multifunction seats will become available this December for the three models and they can be had with massage and ventilation functions. While that’s nice and all, the BMW Individual Composition will make you forget all about them.
This equipment package comprises a selection of highly exclusive options for the exterior and interior with exceptional material quality and workmanship. BMW Individual Merino full leather trim, a BMW Individual headliner in Alcantara and BMW Individual interior trim strips will all be available.
The BMW X6 will also get a load compartment package which is made up of sliding rails, non-slip rails and retaining nets. Interior trim strips in Ash Grain Brown or Fineline Stripe and Vernasca design-perforated leather trim in Ivory White will be added to the menu.
Furthermore, Sapphire Black metallic and Sophisto Grey brilliant effect metallic and the BMW Individual paint finishes Tanzanite Blue metallic and Ametrine metallic will also become available in December. Carbon fiber can also be used to decorate your car with an M Carbon rear spoiler and M Carbon mirror caps.
The BMW X5 xDrive40i and xDrive30d will get the Adaptive M suspension Professional, which comes with active roll stabilization and the M Sport differential. The functionality of the Driving Assistant Professional will be enhanced in the new BMW X5 and new BMW X6 with the addition of the new Lane Change Assistant. This feature aids the driver with automated steering movements during overtaking maneuvers.
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