BMW Rolls Out M Performance Parts For The X2, X3 And X4

BMW recently revamped its crossover lineup and now the company is following up by releasing an assortment of M Performance Parts for the X2, X3 and X4.

Designed to give the crossovers a sporty and elegant appearance, the range of accessories runs the gambit from high-gloss black grilles to carbon fiber reinforced plastic mirror caps. Customers can also order M Performance badging and an LED door projector kit which includes BMW M and BMW M Performance logos.

Wheels are popular with owners wanting to customize their rides, so BMW offers an assortment of different options. X2 owners can order 20-inch matte black alloy wheels, while X3 and X4 drivers can opt for either 19- or 21-inch units. The larger wheel has a two-tone appearance and BMW says it weighs approximately 2 kg (4.4 lbs) less than a similarly designed cast wheel.

To spruce up the cabin, BMW offers velour velvet floor mats which feature M Performance branding, contrasting seams and faux leather accents. Drivers looking for something sportier can order the M Performance steering leather which has leather and Alcantara upholstery was well as a red motorsport marking at the 12 o’clock position. Lastly, X3 and X4 owners can order carbon fiber paddle shifters with red anodized plus and minus signs.

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