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2010 BMW X5 [E70]

2010 BMW X5 [E70] in Alarm für Cobra 11 - Die Autobahnpolizei, TV Series, 1996-2019 IMDB Ep. 34.01

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Model origin: DE — Built in: US

2010 BMW X5 [E70]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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DonBarto PL

2013-10-26 16:27

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[Image: bmw-x5-1.jpg] [Image: bmw-x5-2.jpg]

S 415 GT DE

2013-10-26 16:32

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Rather 3 Stars, was not used that much.

bmw-driver US

2015-01-29 03:30

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Could as well be the last appearance of the classic NE:TL 3737 car.
Except for the fact that this is the E70 and has the plate D:CE 925, this may be the car Semir used with Jan and tom; might have been used as a personal vehicle in "Auferstehung".

DonBarto PL

2015-04-12 20:18

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Yeah, it's definetely reference to old X5 used a lot by Semir in episodes with Tom and Jan. Even color is quite similar.

ingo DE

2015-04-12 21:00

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bmw-driver wrote Could as well be the last appearance of the classic NE:TL 3737 car.
Except for the fact that this is the E70 and has the plate D:CE 925, this may be the car Semir used with Jan and tom; might have been used as a personal vehicle in "Auferstehung".

The plates mean nothing. They are all fakes in this series.

bmw-driver US

2015-05-20 07:09

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@ingo, perhaps they changed the plate to fit a bit more into the series since Semir and (at the time, Ben) were using cars that had plates that started with "D" for Düsseldorf. (They were no longer using "NE" plates on their cars.)
And yes, I do know that the plates are fakes and all, but this is still a pretty good reference to the past.

-- Last edit: 2015-06-30 04:00:24

Gamer DE

2015-05-20 16:18

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bmw-driver wrote Dusseldorf

I know you can't type the Ü on your keyboard, but you have just called the city "sillyhead village" :lol:

ingo DE

2015-05-20 19:43

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Gamer wrote
I know you can't type the Ü on your keyboard, but you have just called the city "sillyhead village" :lol:

@the non-German speakers: the Umlaute Ä, Ö and Ü are correctly spelled -when the dots are missing- AE, OE and UE. Just A, O und U is misspelled and the pronunciation is also different.

night cub US

2015-05-20 20:15

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You can type them, you just have to know the codes for a PC:
Hold down the ALT key and type a number on the number pad as follows (while holding the ALT key down). When you release the ALT key, you will have the following character:

ALT 0223 = ß
ALT 0228 = ä
ALT 0246 = ö
ALT 0252 = ü
ALT 0196 = Ä
ALT 0214 = Ö
ALT 0220 = Ü

-- Last edit: 2015-05-20 20:16:25

rjluna2 US

2015-05-20 20:18

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Alternatively, you can use the Microsoft Windows's Character Map feature :D

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