Very rare and little-known crossover BMW Sbarro discovered in Switzerland (photo)
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Only two exclusive BMW Sbarro XX5s were built in 2002. The crossover has a non-standard design and rich equipment.
Very rare 2002 Sbarro XX5 crossover found in Switzerland. A unique car is for sale in the suburbs of Zurich and is asking for $50,000. The announcement of the sale is posted on the website of the Knecht Automobile dealership.
The Swiss atelier Sbarro is famous for its bold projects. The XX5 crossover is based on the first generation BMW X5. It was presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 2002 and only two of these cars were produced.
The Sbarro version differs from the standard 2002 BMW X5 in the design of the front end: the car does not have a radiator grille, and round headlights and a different bumper are installed. The wings of the crossover are extended.
BMW X5 tuning includes expensive leather and wood trim. The car received rare options for the early 2000s – a sliding panoramic roof, retractable window blinds and navigation with a color display.
Under the hood of the BMW Sbarro XX5 is a 4.4-liter 286-horsepower V8. The crossover is equipped with a 5-speed automatic transmission and permanent all-wheel drive. The declared mileage of the car is 140,700 km.