Bmw Accessories X5
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Their eye-catching design, moreover, cites the lines of the car while accentuating the hallmark sturdiness of BMW X models. All-weather floor mats made of particularly hard-wearing non-slip material and textile floor mats with a rubber surface integrated in the foot area are each offered in sets of two. A characteristic design feature of both variants is an eye-catching, brushed stainless steel insert with BMW lettering. The trunk-mat for the new BMW X5 is in matching style and has a non-slip, dirt-repellent surface.
, Made from heavy-duty Aluminum Alloy and PP, they feature high durabilty and extra solidity, Running Board are polished to a mirror shine look that puts mere chrome to shame, For extreme sturdiness, Running Board feature custom-welded steel mounting brackets. Moreover, it means the installation is as easy as pie, Running Board are equipped with non-skid aggressive tread pad. It guarantees safe footing even under poor weather conditions,
BMW is a name that immediately brings to mind images of classic style, performance handling and high-quality engineering. BMW is known worldwide as one of the Big Three German car makers with an enormous selection of cars, trucks and SUVs that can be found on virtually any road on the planet. The history of BMW goes all the way back to its founding in 1916 under the name Bavarian Motor Works (Bayerische Motoren Werke). Interestingly enough, despite being synonymous with luxury cars today, BMW was initially a company dedicated to manufacturing avionics and aircraft parts which is where the propeller-like BMW logo is sometimes said to have originated. As such, BMW's first foray into automobile production did not take place until 1928 when it released the Dixi which was immediately popular and spurred the introduction of further automobiles. In fact between 1929 and 1931, over twelve thousand Dixi DA/2 and DA/3 models were made with each one sporting a 4-cylinder, 15 HP engine. In the years preceding WWII, BMW fielded a number of race cars which performed amazingly well especially with the introduction of the infamous Type 328 Roadster.