BMW's two largest SUVs - X5 and X6 - have been around for years.
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. Courtesy of BMW Individual, customers can opt for the Merino leather upholstery available in five color choices. The X5 Special Edition is available to order with all models, save the powerful X5 M50d.
Additionally, the X5 Special Edition features sun protection glass and the brand's Multifunctional Instrument Display.
Go for the X6 M Sport Edition, which, thanks to having a coupé roofline already looks sportier and more potent than many SUVs on the market, and owners will get an exclusive Long Beach Blue metallic paint finish as standard plus 20-inch M light alloy wheels. Just like the X6 M Sport you can have the "SPecial Edition" option right across the X5 range, apart from on the M50d.
One of them is the X5 Special Edition, which combines the M Sport package with Dakota leather seat upholstery or Alcantara in combination with Anthracite/Black and M logos. 21-inch M light-alloy wheels with a double-spoke design are optional.
New auto sales aren't exactly booming at the moment, so expect the arrival of "Special Edition" models to start proliferating further in the coming months as vehicle makers try to tempt buyers to sign on the dotted line. It should perhaps come as no surprise that electric cars have taken the center stage in 2017.