BMW’s styling has gone through many minor tweaks over the years, including X5. Over the years, BMW has added headlights for grille, more upright kidney grilles, etc. Now, with the BMW X5 2019 debuting, we can see that many of the subtle changes that Bimmer has made in recent history. far.
Release Date & Price
We hope the BMW X5 2019 is in the showroom at the end of 2018. The pricing is not yet known, but with the 2019 X5 much larger, we may see a significant price increase relative to the current $ MSRP range of $ 58,195 to $ 75,045.
On the outside, the BMW X5, at first glance, is not entirely different, and that is Bimmer’s intention. The German car maker will not blow up his corporate design language, but is more than willing to shake it. And shake with the 2019 X5 with a larger body with a length of 1.1 inches, 2.6 inches wide, and 1 inch high.
A closer look at the nose exposes an increased kidney lattice, the new headlamps are now separated from the grille, sharp bumps on the hood, and larger airways on the front bumper. Down to the side shows the door that is taller and more upright, while the rear displays a thinner taillight behind the more upright rear, and a new bumper. Around it, the X5 looks more like an SUV than a soft crossover – this can be a BMW shift in Land Rover.
Inside, the first thing you notice is the new Cockpit Professional, which combines a new look and control concept, and the latest iDrive system with a 12.3-inch high-resolution instrument cluster and a 12.3-inch middle screen. The interior style is also very large, because it is cleaner and more horizontal in design, making this spacious cabin feel bigger. The cabin also offers a higher seating position for better visibility and all the latest upscale seats, such as new Vernasca leather.
Under the hood, BMW X5 2019 will get two new versions of machines that are already known. The basic unit will be a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six in the xDrive40i model, which will produce 335 horsepower and 330 pound-feet of torque. On xDrive50i, there will be a 4.4 liter twin-turbo V-8 engine that will produce 456 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque. Both engines will pair with an eight-speed Steptronic transmission and all-wheel drive. XDrive40 will reach 60 mph in just 5.3 seconds, while xDrive50i will do the same thing in 4.6 seconds.
2019 BMW X5 will boast more sophisticated safety features than before, including standard Active Drive Assistants, which will include blind spot detection, lane-departure warning, rear-impact warning, frontal-collision warning with pedestrian detection with automatic low-speed braking , cross-traffic alerts, and more.
There will also be a range of optional security items, such as adaptive shipping, front cross-traffic warnings, and more. The BMW X5 has not yet completed enough IIHS tests to receive the Top Safety Pick rating, so we have to see if IIHS simply throws a new generation X5 into the brick wall to complete all tests.