BMW added to the “X” brand with the X3 in 2003, the X6 in 2008, the X1 in 2009, the X4 in 2014, the X2 in 2018, and the luxury 7-seater X7 in 2019.
The X Register is for all “X” enthusiasts and caters for all X models from the X1 to the range-topping M variants and mighty X7. If you are an “X” enthusiast, then we want to hear from you.
Talking of the X5M and the X6M, we are particularly interested in hearing from you if you own one given their global rarity. The X5M and X6M may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but these twin-turbocharged V8 monsters sport 555hp in E70/E71 guise, 575hp in F15/F16 guise and 625hp in G-platform guise. We understand there are only about 150 of the X5Ms (E70) on our roads here in Britain, and approximately 100 of the X6Ms (E71). A future classic? Who knows?
Whilst this X Register will not necessarily offer ‘track day events’ given the nature of the “X” vehicles, we are encouraging as many “X” members to attend various BMW Car Club GB events during each year. We have an emphasis on the National Festival and the Club’s “Welsh Weekend” is also another favourite.
X Series Events
X Series News
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X Series Classifieds
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Welcome to the BMW Car Club GB classifieds. Whether you are looking to buy or sell a new or used BMW, parts or collectibles, the classifieds can cater for your requirements. We offer automobiles from both like minded enthusiasts who have lovingly cared for and enjoyed their BMW’s as well as those selected by our club’s team of experts. With almost 5,000 members in the club, adverts will have huge reach for sellers and variety for those buying.
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Models in Series:
X1 (E84, F48)
X3 (E83, F25, G01)
X4 (F26, G02)
X5 (E53, E70, F15, G05)
X6 (E71, F16, G06)
Oldest Models: E53 X5
Newest Models: iX3 & iX
Rarest Specific Model: X5 LM (Le Mans) 6.1L Petrol V12, 700bhp, 720Nm
Smallest Engine: F39 X2 sDrive 16d – B37C15U0, 1.5L Diesel, 114bhp, 270Nm
Largest Engine: G05 X5M Competition & X6M Competition – S63, 4.4L Petrol V8, 625bhp, 750Nm
Fact: The design of the original E53 X5 was influenced by the Range Rover after BMWs acquisition of its parent company Rover in 1994.
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