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BMW Shows the Real Meaning of 'Brings Me Women' Nickname

The world is full of BMWs. Unfortunately, some of the guys who drive them buy the premium cars for other purposes than plain driving enjoyment.
BMW E70 X5 Commercial 1 photo
Photo: Screenshot from Youtube
Some of them took urban myths literally and went haywire buying the toughest, biggest Bimmer in order to impress the ladies. Yes, it works. But not as you might expect.

The Bavarian company is aware of the myths going around its cars and, fortunately for us, has a sense of humor. They just released a new video on their USA Youtube channel showcasing the X5's ability to attract women.

Bet you stopped reading just before this paragraph. Too bad, because this commercial is not what you might think. Actually, the guy driving the SAV is going to pick up his wife and daughter and, even though he's flattered by the young damsels that are checking him out, drives them home, as a true family man.

Quite creative BMW! Let's see you do some new videos explaining other sayings like "Be My Wife" or "Brings Me Worries". Those should be interesting...

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