“Respect” for the new BMW X5

by Bernie McGroarty on February 19, 2014, 7:00 am
Munich. The latest generation of the BMW X5, which founded the segment for Sports Activity Vehicles and is global market leader in its class, stars in a new TV commercial with a sense of humour. The ad features a series of follow-on scenarios that show in a slightly ironic way how a BMW X5 earns respect.

The television commercial shows the new BMW X5 driving through a deserted landscape to a crossroads, where it encounters a large gang of leather-clad bikers – who promptly come to a stop and give way. The camera then cuts to the BMW X5 driving through a busy city by night, where a colourful parade of dancers and fire-eaters also respectfully makes way. Following an impressive flight over the mountains, the camera catches up with a train the new BMW X5 is travelling parallel to – until the powerful locomotive slows to a halt to allow the car to pass. The BMW X5 finally reaches a stretch of rapids: since the water obviously refuses to stop for it, the BMW X5 ultimately ploughs right through. An off-screen voice remarks: “Respect isn’t commanded. It’s earned.”

The third generation of the BMW X5 raises the bar for powerful design, luxurious interior comfort, modern versatility and high efficiency. The striking new design and enhanced sportiness of the new BMW X5 in both urban and off-road settings are portrayed very effectively in the commercial.




Check out what we thought of the 3rd gen X5 here!


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1 responses to “Respect” for the new BMW X5

AdamJacobMuller commented:
February 19, 2014, 11:00 pm

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Originally Posted by Bernie@Bimmerfest View Post
a colourful parade of dancers and fire-eaters also respectfully makes way
I just watched that video twice, not a dancer nor a fire eater to be seen. I guess it got cut from the final ad and the ad copy wasn't updated, haha.