With the exclusive First Edition for the BMW X5 M F95 and BMW X6 M F96, the two power SUVs are included in the exclusive club of individual special models with matt paintwork. In total, the First Edition is limited to 500 vehicles worldwide, with 250 X5 M and X6 M each to be built. The most important eye-catcher is undoubtedly the matt individual paintwork: the BMW X5 M First Edition comes in the color Frozen Marina Bay Blue, previously known primarily from the M8 Coupe F92, while the X6 M First Edition shimmers in matt Frozen Dark Silver.
The basis of the special edition is always the 625 hp competition model, which is why the matt paintwork always meets design elements in high-gloss black. The light alloy wheels in star-spoke design are a dark and exclusive addition to the look, as these are only available in jet black for the 500 units of the First Edition. 21 inches at the front and even 22 inches at the rear fill even the huge wheel arches of the two luxury SUVs. Exterior mirror caps and rear spoiler lip shine in clear carbon, and the M carbon engine cover, which is only visible when the bonnet is open, is also part of the scope of the First Edition.
The high-quality, exclusive appearance is continued in the interior: Both the BMW X5 M F95 and the X6 M F96 come in the First Edition with an Individual bicolour full Merino leather interior in Silverstone and Night Blue. Black Alcantara in the seat cheeks and contrasting stitching in Sakhir Orange provide an even more individual touch. The leather-covered dashboard and the Alcantara headlining are designed in midnight blue to match the seats. Another exclusive detail is the carbon fiber interior trim with “First Edition 1/250” lettering.
Both the BMW X5 M Competition and the technology twin X6 M Competition make it from 0 to 100 in just 3.8 seconds under optimal conditions. In the sprint from 0 to 200, the SUV Coupe X6 M is, thanks to its somewhat cheaper aerodynamics Properties marginally faster than the X5 M, here the factory specifications are 13..4 seconds. The top speed is regularly limited to 250 km / h, with the optional M Driver’s Package up to 290 km / h are possible.