BMW X-Series gets new tuning optionsSeptember 18, 2019
Along with updating the lineup and adding new hybrid versions of existing models, the Bavarian automaker will expand the range of options for its top-end SUVs.
The exterior, interior decoration and comfort level of the BMW X5, BMW X6 and BMW X7 can now be more precisely adapted to personal preferences thanks to a number of new options. The M multifunctional front seats are just one of the additional features that will appear on the BMW X Executive and Luxury models from December 2019. In addition to a high level of comfort, the seats also offer a wide selection of adjustment options. They can also be improved by adding massage and ventilation functions for even greater comfort on long journeys.
Customers looking for maximum exclusivity can count on the BMW Individual package of options. This package of equipment includes a selection of exclusively exclusive options for the exterior and interior, the last of which has been finished with the best materials. The BMW Individual 22-inch alloy wheels and BMW Individual paint offer an even sportier look to the BMW X models. The interior is trimmed with Individual Merino leather, the ceiling is Alcantara and the front panel and door trim are Piano Finish Black.
Also from December, the M Professional adaptive suspension will be available for the BMW X5 crossover. This additional option, including active roll stabilization, the M Sport differential and integrated active steering, will also be available for the BMW X5 xDrive40i and BMW X5 xDrive30d from December 2019. Driving Assistant Professional functionality will be expanded in the new BMW X5 and the new BMW X6 with the addition of a new lane change assistant that helps the driver during overtaking maneuvers.
Driving Assistant Professional provides three-dimensional visualization of the environment in the instrument cluster in real time. It includes a 3D visualization of the area around the car, which has been available in all models equipped with BMW Live Cockpit Professional since July 2019. The system uses the data provided by cameras and sensors of driver assistance systems to create a three-dimensional graphic image in real time. The image appears in the center of the instrument cluster and helps the driver get a clearer picture of what is happening on the road, especially when driving on multi-lane highways.
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