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BMW is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its first recreational vehicle with an all-terrain vehicle

BMW is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its first recreational vehicle with an all-terrain vehicle
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A quarter of a century ago, on September 1, 1999, the first BMW X5 recreational vehicle rolled off the assembly line at the Spartanburg plant, and this anniversary is now being celebrated with the limited BMW We do not know how limited the model will be, because according to the press material, “nearly 1,000” copies of the uniquely equipped model will be produced, which, contrary to its name, will not be in silver, but in lime rock grey.

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The starting point is the xDrive 40i model, which gets the xOffroad package with four-wheel air suspension, underbody skids and off-road software. Selected elements of the Sport (bumpers) and M Sport (body and trim trim) packages and illuminated kidneys in the passenger compartment are also added, as well as carbon inserts not available on the standard X5. Badges make the look unique. Leather upholstery in black, cognac, coffee or can Silverstone will be sensavin. In addition to the roof rack, there are also rubber covers that protect the trunk and floor mats. The factory-fitted tires for the BMW

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