The Monza circle moves The Sahara Desert. Last summer, the new BMW X5, equipped with the XOffroad package, was shown on the makeshift track in Morocco under the command of a professional pilot.
In Marzouga, Morocco, the weather conditions did not help those who worked to build a 1: 1 copy of the legendary Monza Circle in the desert. Topographers and technicians, engineers and architects worked in a circle for two weeks. The sandstorms that hit the area made them feel that they were doing Sisyphus.
Stones imported from the mountainous areas along the 5,793-mile route were painted white and red, and beyond them a fence was placed on the fence, similar to that found around the original circle.
BMW driving experience A professional guide, Giorgio Porello, was the driver of the new BMW X5. He knew the Italian circle, but passing through an improvised version in the desert would be a challenge.
Official – BMW X5, the road and family car is here
X has joined xSand (xRocks, xGravel, xSnow, and the other three available modes) and has stepped up the acceleration to demonstrate power, stability, and care.