BMW is looking to create an interior to rival the best in the world.
The company is looking for a real-world interior design that is both practical and visually appealing.
The carmaker is looking at a custom interior that can fit an entire family, but its also capable of accommodating a child with special needs, a pregnant woman, or an autistic child.
The company is not just looking for one interior.
Its also looking for something that’s both elegant and functional.
That’s where the 350z comes in.
BMW has long sought to make its cars the most modern and luxurious they can be, so the company has looked at every possible angle.
But the idea behind this project is to create something that feels contemporary and practical, which is exactly what BMW is trying to do.
For starters, it has chosen a brand new, carbon-fiber body.
The X5 is already carbon fiber in its interior, but BMW is taking it to a whole new level by adding the latest carbon fiber panels.
That means the cabin is now carbon fiber-fibre-glass, which creates a look that is more like that of a cabin.
BMW says it can create a cabin that will stand up to the rigors of a lifetime, and the car’s interior can be made to fit in a child’s hand.
That will be especially important if the child has special needs or special needs-specific materials.
That’ll also make it more practical for the parent, who might not want to have to worry about carrying their own luggage.
It also means it won’t be just for children, as it can be fitted to adults as well.
The new interior will be available in two different finishes: a black interior with carbon fiber and chrome trim, and a carbon fiber interior with chrome trim.
The exterior will be carbon fiber, with carbon-ceramic accents on the sides and front, and LED fog lights on the side and rear.
The new interior is available in both the M, S, X, and X5 trim levels, but the X5 version is a bit more expensive at $40,000.
The M and S versions of the cabin are priced at $39,000 and $38,000, respectively.
Both versions of this interior are available in the Continental GT3, the car that was chosen for this project.