BMW X5

Always match your chopper to your lipstick and your ride to your outfit. Right?

Ok, so maybe such things aren’t always available at one’s disposable but when they are – just follow through with this little tip 😉

In this case, getting around in a red chopper followed by the new BMW X5 xDrive isn’t such a bad thing and something I was fortunate enough to have the experience of, kinda like my last post with the Leica campaign.

I’ve always been a fan of German whips, BMW being one of my favourites especially their SUV range. The X5 is one of those large cars that I just love getting around in – especially when it’s black on the outside and white on the inside.

Previously I’ve drive the X5 M50d, so being an M Series got me a little excited – being a lead foot and all (sshhh… I am however a good driver with all my points still). The xDrive 30d is not as sporty, but what it lacks on performance makes up for in its looks, white interior and generally sexy, suave and sophisticated style.

If you’re all about looks, luxury and size then this is your car. With its 3L diesel engine you can have something that is classy and economical. Full of features such as the panoramic sunroof, ambient blue lighting, heads up display, large display screen and big on safety, you know you’re in for a comfortable and enjoyable ride. The 360 degree, satellite camera enables you to park with complete confidence – displayed in a way that I’ve never seen in all the cars I’ve driven, so there really is no excuse to collide with anything or anyone while you’re doing it (unless under the influence and/or really shouldn’t be driving).

It’s easy to see why the X5 range is a sales success. I don’t have anything bad to say about the xDrive, I enjoyed everything about it and if you’re looking for something worth your retty penny then no doubt you’ll enjoy this too.

For full specs and prices, visit bmw.com.au

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Microflite helicopter – book here
BMW X5 xDrive 30d – here
Thierry Lasry sunglasses – here
Asilio ‘Sucker Punch’ top
Asilio ‘The Minimalist’ coat – here
Asilio ‘On the Run’ pant – here
Windsor Smith ‘Legally’ heels in black patent – here

Photography / Jesse Maricic
Camera / Leica
Model & photo editor / Micah Gianneli

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