BMW adds interior tweaks to X-series SUV special editions

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BMW has released two new trim additions to its X5, X6 and X7 vehicles, featuring several interior enhancements. The Black Vermillion editions of the X5 and X6 now come replete with additions such as a piano black, ‘Edition’ logo on the cupholder cover, in addition to an Alcantara anthracite roof liner, a crystal glass application known as Crafted Clarity, and front Comfort Seats.

BMW’s full leather trim in Merino Black is also offered as standard, and additionally enhanced by edition-specific red contrast stitching for the driver and front passenger seats. The edging on the front and rear floor mats is also finished in red; inside the BMW X5 Black Vermillion, the red accents are also to be found on the rear seats.

On top of the Edition’s standard equipment, customers will have the option to select from several optional extras, including Comfort Pack, which offers comfort access, front and rear heated seats and heat comfort system and Comfort Plus Pack which additionally offers four-zone automatic air-conditioning, soft-close doors and front massage seats.

For the X7 Frozen Black Edition, additional options including acoustic glass, Bowers and Wilkins surround-sound system and a Skylounge panoramic glass sunroof. In addition to the Edition’s standard equipment, customers will be able to select from some further options including the Comfort Plus Pack, which offers five-zone automatic air-conditioning, front massage seats, heat comfort system, rear side window blinds and ambient air. Also available are the Technology Plus Pack, which offers Bowers & Wilkins Diamond surround-sound audio system and driving assistant professional, the Entertainment Pack and the Ultimate Pack.

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