BMW has today revealed new versions of its flagship SUVs — the X5 Special Edition and X6 M Sport Edition.
The X5 Special Edition builds on the car's M Sport package, adding leather trim with heated seats for the driver and front passenger.
A combination of Alcantara and leather makes up the upholstery, and is available in an anthracite and black finish with M badging on the seats' leather at no extra cost.
Those who want to go a step further with BMW's Individual leather upholstery have a choice of five colours.
The X5 Special Edition also features sun protection glass and a 'Multifunctional Instrument Display'. All variants of the X5 are available with the Special Edition package — with the exception of the M50d.
As for the X6 M Sport Edition, customers exclusively get Long Beach Blue metallic paint with carbon fibre interior trim. Alternatively, Mineral White and Carbon Black paint are available.
The M Sport Edition also adds 20-inch alloy wheels as standard, with 21-inch wheels optional. All versions of the X6 can be ordered in M Sport Edition — the exception being the M50d.