The BMW X5 seen here has been adorned with a set of Vossen wheels. The end result are two interesting SUVs that rarely go to the tuning shop. The subtle addition of aftermarket wheels certainly gives the X5 a more aggressive stance without changing the overall look.
These Vossen VFS1 and VFS2 wheel models come with a gold and a matte graphite finish and can be ordered in 20 and 22 inch sizes.
The wheels were built with the flow forming process which maintains the integrity of the design, while also improving the grain-structure of the aluminum, creating a stronger, lighter, and considerably thinner forged-like rim barrel.
At the front, the F15 X5 takes design elements from F30 3 Series, while in the back it’s similar to other current X series models. The interior stands out with its arge LED screen and premium materials used in every part of the car’s interior mixed together with sporty design elements, like the stitching, sports seats and a sports steering wheel seen on this particular model.
The exterior, designed by BMW designer Mark Johnson, was approved in November 2010 and production finalized in 2011 allowing the first units to head to customers in late 2013.
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