BMW has announced a series of enhancements for its model lineup that are scheduled to become effective from the spring of this year. The updates in the portfolio include mainly exterior and interior improvements, but there are also a number of other important additions.

Starting with the 5 Series range (sedan and wagon), the model will be getting the BMW Individual Composition package with more M Sport features. These include five new colors from the BMW Individual list, 20-inch alloy wheels, three new leather options, and optional comfort seats with a ventilation function. Additionally, the 5 will benefit from an M Aerodynamics package, M Sport suspension, and M Sport braking system.

The recently launched new X5 and 8 Series are also set to receive new exterior finishes from the BMW Individual range. For the SUV, customers will be able to order the Ruby Black, Pyrite Brown, Ametrine, and Tanzanite Blue metallic paints, while the grand tourer will be available in Brilliant White, Frozen Dark Brown, Frozen Arctic Grey, Frozen Cashmere Silver, Frozen Dark Silver, Frozen Brilliant White, and Pure Metal Silver metallics. Starting from April this year, the X5 will also be offered with a number of new interior trim configurations.

Additionally, starting from March 2019, new paint colors, alloy wheel designs, “fresh touches,” and leather upholsteries will be available for the 2 Series Coupe and Convertible, 3 Series Gran Turismo, 4 Series, and M4 Coupe and Convertible.


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