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2013 Met Police BMW 5 Series F11 SEG 1.1.0

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2013 Met Police BMW 5 Series F11 SEG




Here is my first release for GTA V, it's a port of a mod I did for IV a while back. These BMWs were purchased for SEG (three in total) but were quickly moved out as they didn't like them, I'd assume mainly because of the 2 litre engines they were fitted with. They are now spread out within the Met's fleet. BX13 DPO is now a spare area car. 


This is hopefully first of many V mods, but please note I'm currently NOT focusing on creating accurate or even fully working interiors in these ports. But I will be coming back to address this in the future. But for the time being if you want accurate or fully working interiors this is not the mod for you!



Accurate model setup, equipment and emergency lighting.

Handling line / meta based on real engine data as much as GTA 5 allows.

Accurate model trim level and alloy wheels.

ELS VCF Config setup for these model.

Install instructions within the readme.

Templates for livery and windows so you can make your own!

Enjoy! If you do like the mod please don't forget to come back and leave a review.

What's New in Version 1.1.0


Fixed some LOD issues which made wheels disappear and vehicle lights turn on when you walked too far away from the vehicle.

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Dave Smitten

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Great Job Again Matt

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