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BMW X5 Performance Accessories - Web Exclusive

BMW has announced the availability of its Performance brand accessories in North American for the X5 Sports Activity Vehicle.

Dec 14, 2010

The new BMW Performance parts include aerodynamic components, aluminum pedals, black kidney grilles and a new flat-bottomed Sport steering wheel.

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The new accessories go on sale at Authorized BMW Centers this month. Develpoed in BMW’s state-of-the-art wind tunnel in Munich, the new BMW Performance Aero Kit for the 2011 X5 (excluding X5 M and models equipped with trailer hitch) includes redesigned front and rear bumper covers and side skirts. It’s been specifically sculpted to reduce aerodynamic drag and lift at high speeds, improving stability while looking stylish.

For the interior, BMW Performance has created a new steering wheel and pedal set. The BMW Performance Aluminum Pedal Kit includes gas pedal, brake pedal, and footrest pedal, crafted from aluminum with rubber inserts. The pedals fit all models of X5 and provide enhanced pedal feel for the driver.

Last but not least, BMW Performance has made a unique multi-function steering wheel for the X5. This direct replacement features a thick, racing-style, flat-bottom rim and is covered in hand-stitched Alcantara (Not available for X5 M or vehicles with Lane Departure Warning).

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