The M-powered X5 and X6 may have been released only a few weeks ago at the Los Angeles Auto Show, but BMW Individual is already modifying them, and they just released their list of available products for the models. To showcase what they can do, they also sent pictures of two vehicles that they have modified.
The X5M received Pyrite Brown paint, which contains an additive named Xirallic. This gives it a metallic shine, but it also has a pearlescent look that gets a deeper reflexion depending on the ambient lightning. Inside, the SUV receives Merino White leather and a matching Alcantara roof. This X5 also sports Piano Black interior trim and a dashboard covered in leather and contrasting stitching.
The X6M has pretty much the same interior treatment, but with a Metallic Blue exterior that also features the Xirallic additive.