2011 BMW 535d Touring Individual

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Back in June, Arno Keller, Project Lead 2011 BMW 5 Series Touring, confirmed that an Individual program will be offered in the future for the …

Back in June, Arno Keller, Project Lead 2011 BMW 5 Series Touring, confirmed that an Individual program will be offered in the future for the new 5er Touring.

Fast forward four months later and BMW unveiled yesterday at the 2010 Paris Motor Show, a BMW 535d Touring Individual.

The car features the Champagner Quarz exterior, coupled with the unique Merino Leather Platin.

We expect to see more Individual options offered in the near future for the 5 Series models.

2011 BMW 535d Touring Individual

Starting in September 2010, all variants of the 5 Series Sedan can be ordered with sport seats in BMW Individual Merino fine grain as well as with the BMW Individual roof lining in Alcantara Amaro Brown, including a corresponding lining for the rear shelf.

The choice of BMW Individual options for the new BMW 5 Series Sedan also becomes available for the BMW 5 Series Touring. The BMW Individual High Gloss Shadow Line and the BMW Individual Exterior Line Aluminium with a satin finish respectively add to a concise sophistication of the exterior appearance. The interior is enhanced by the anthracite BMW Individual roof lining and the BMW Individual reading lamps for the rear compartment.

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  • Tom

    Unfortunately, this one isn’t coming to the states.

  • Laszlo

    that wood is just plain horrible, so 80′s !!! Why do BMW still wants to put wood in their cars ? At least choose a nice ones, like dark bamboo or just drop that 80′s stuff.
    Looks horrible. individual cars are supposed to look great, this one sux.

  • JakeM

    The wood looks tacky. I prefer the standard, even matte, wood of the 5er which looks elegant, smooth and luxurious. This looks overdone. Some folks will like it, some won’t. I belong to the latter.

  • Woo Hoo

    It’s a overpriced station wagon….who gives a crap? Perhaps this is a preview of what’s to come on the Sedan, but a wagon just doesn’t do anything for me. Poor choice for a showcase AFAIK

    M-Sport FTW

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