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With a width of just over 2.18 meters (including door mirrors), BMW X5 F15 is the widest vehicle of BMW’s current model range, but for some customers, the big SUV is still not wide enough. Buyers who want to broaden their X5 by a few centimeters can now get the widebody kit designed by the tuning specialists at Hamann.
The BMW X5 F15 tuning consists of a correspondingly widened front bumper with aggressive design, side skirts, wheel arch extensions, front and rear, and of course a matching rear apron including a massive exhaust system.
Up to 22-inch wheels round off the confident look.
Hamann introduces the body kit with the BMW X5 M50d powered by the 381 hp Triturbo diesel. From 0 to 100 km / h, the 2.2 tonne SAV accelerates in 5.3 seconds, and has a top speed of 250 km / h. The EU cycle fuel consumption is 6.7 liters per 100 kilometers.