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BMW offers new M Performance kit for X5. Image by BMW.

BMW offers new M Performance kit for X5
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What's this then?

This is the new BMW M Performance options kit for the X5 SUV.

A body kit for an off-roader? Bit pointless, isn't it?

You'd think so, but BMW claims that these are more than just stick-on parts. They've all been carefully optimised to enhance the performance of the car. Apparently.

What can I have then?

The most interesting option is all-terrain wheels, which are meant to be more rugged and less prone to damage. They're gorgeous matte-black 20-inch items, and you can have them with rugged-looking all-terrain tyres too.

Anything else?

Yes, lots. How about 22-inch alloys, with uprated 19-inch brakes and red brake calipers behind them? Or carbon-fibre trim for the front air intakes and rear diffuser? Or a matte-black side sill with the M Performance logo?

What about inside?

Oh yes, you can have a new steering wheel with Alcantara grips and, optionally, even more carbon-fibre. Or, if you want something a little more pointless, an M Performance key cover, or even storage bags for your tyres, assuming you swap from winter to summer tyres and back again.



Neil Briscoe - 25 Oct 2018

Earlier articles featuring 2019 BMW X5

2018-09-07: New hybrid BMW X5 gets 50 miles on a charge
2018-06-05: BMW reveals all on fourth-gen X5


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