pipo said:as part of the barbeque option, which includes a charcoal grill mounted where the navigation system would normally be. The fridge is installed through the panoramic moonroof, and is approximately four feet tall, so watch your clearance in parking garages, tunnels, etc. Demonstrating their talents once again, the BMW engineers have managed to retune the suspension and retain the amazing roadholding characteristics of the X3, notwithstanding the even higher center of gravity caused by the fridge.
I didn't go for the barbeque option, because I wanted to keep the panoramic moonroof, but some of my best friends have it, and they are quite pleased.
Terry Kennedy said:It is called "BMW Cool Box" and is part number 82 29 9 415 579. Your dealer may or may not stock it, but can order it.
LmtdSlip said:Are you sure the BBQ option is a charcoal grill? I had heard that it was just a rebadged Sunbeam gas grill? :dunno:
But I really like the idea of the hot dog bun warmer in the glove box.
Rob V said:I decided against the BMW-BBQ and went with the Terracota Brick Oven instead. I don't know how well a German oven will cook an Italian pizza but I can't WAIT to find out. :yumyum:
Tayrum said:What would be even cooler (pardon the pun) would be to have something like in Star Trek where you just ask for something, pop up the dash storage and there it is! Okay a little far fetched so let's go for an indash microwave oven.....
Rob V said:Well "Beam Me Up climrgrl!" :rofl:
Anyway, the only problem with the Brick oven is that it takes away from the trunk space. But when you're not using it you can throw your stuff in the oven as long as it's cooled off enough. A good side benefit is that rear passengers won't miss the lack of heated rear-seats. It also matches theTerracotta interior nicely.
iseebi said:Hi, there:
Just got my X3, 2005 X3 3.0i, white, auto, w/o sports pkg, heated seats, and the pan sunroof is awesome!
summer is coming, so I am thinking to get a minifridge for X3, does any one know if BMW have this part and how much.