BMW has kept its promise in delivering a fresh new-design for its flagship X5, worthy to wear the M Performance Parts Kit.
Major improvements have been made at the car`s exterior, with new carbon fiber for the mirror caps, front splitter, rear diffuser and rear aero flaps.
The M Performance has also let its marks on the car`s panel decals and on its double-spoke 21-inch wheels with high performance tires.
As for the interior, the upgrades include Alcantara leather on the steering wheel, along with carbon fiber trim, stainless steel pedals and carbon fiber gearshift trim.
The X5 doesn’t seem to get enough of the M Performance`s power kit, since it boosts the car`s power to 320 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of torque, which is a 20 ho improvement and 32 lb-ft.
Buyers can also opt for an exhaust system all wrapped up in chrome tips, for an improved sound, as well as improved stopping power and six-piston calipers with 19-inch steel rotors.
No prices are yet set for the M Performance parts rendered on the vehicle, but why bother about the costs when you have a brand new aggressive X5 possible at your door soon then you might think.