The BMW X5 is often criticised for its interior design, but it’s really no different to any other BMW.
This car is designed to appeal to the very casual fan.
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The X6 is available with either a 2.5-litre petrol engine or the new turbocharged 3.0-litres diesel, but you can opt for the 1.8-litruretta or 2.0litrutta petrol engines, both of which are rated for over 600hp.
The turbocharged engine offers a higher top speed, but also less torque and less grip than the diesel version.
The X5 has an aluminium, carbon-fibre body, and it’s also available in a more traditional design, with an aluminium roof and a carbon-ceramic front grille.
It’s still a BMW, and there’s still an aluminium dash and a plastic steering wheel, but the X6 does a good job of making it look more traditional.
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Read moreBMW X6 exterior styling:Design softwareDesign software is the key to the X5’s design.
The software takes all of the design elements that make up the car and applies them to a single part.
You can use this software to change the body colour of the front end, the rear bumper and the bonnet.
You can also use this suite of designs to create a dashboard with a central display, or even an in-dash navigation system.
The dashboard can also be changed to fit the interior of the car.
There’s even a “fog lighting” feature, which lights up the inside of the dash and the instrument cluster, when the vehicle is parked.
A new, more premium dashboard and new features are also on offer for the X7, X8, X10 and X12.
BMW will also make the X9 more luxurious, with a “performance roof”, and new paint options for the rear seats and the grille, among other things.
The X7 is still the cheapest of the X series, with the entry-range X5 starting at $35,000.
The $40,000 X6 and $50,000 and up X8 come in at around $50k.
At that price point, it’s a much more affordable car than the X8 and X10, and that makes it a more attractive option for those wanting to start from scratch.
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