Recently, the BMW X5 2019 has been launched with a tougher look and more additional technologies.
For starters, the all-new X5 still retains the shape as its predecessor but now it features a bigger grille, standard LED headlamps and optional Laserlights from the carmaker. Moving to the rear, the SUV is now available with 2-section hatch, making loading small kinds of stuff much easier.
The all-new X5 still retains the shape as its predecessor but now it features a bigger grille
The SUV is now available with 2-section hatch, making loading small kinds of stuff much easier
Stepping inside, the BMW X5 2019 cabin is offered a couple of 12.3’’ screens for the infotainment system and the instruments. Passengers at the front receive heated and power-adjustable seats. The chairs are also equipped with optional massaging and ventilation features which can be upgraded to glass controls. Especially, in December, the luxury SUV will be offered a third seating row as an option for those who want to bring more people. Meanwhile, the second row will have electric controls to fold, slide and tilt the backrest.
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The cabin is offered a couple of 12.3’’ screens for the infotainment system and the instruments
The chairs are also equipped with optional massaging and ventilation features
Under the hood, the BMW X5 2019 engines come available with 2 options including an X5 xDrive 40i 3.0L turbocharged inline-6 and an X5 xDrive 50i 4.4L V8 unit. The former is capable of cranking out 335 hp and can achieve 60 mph within 5.3s while the later can produce 456 hp and can gain 60 mph in 4.6s. Both of them work in a conjunction with an 8-speed automatic transmission and are driven by the all-wheel drive.
Besides, it is armed with standard dynamic dampers, air suspension and optional Adaptive M Suspension Professional that can provide more active roll stabilization.
The X5 is armed with standard dynamic dampers, air suspension and optional Adaptive M Suspension Professional
The package of safety features includes city collision mitigation, lane departure warning, pedestrian monitoring, blind spot monitoring and front and rear collision warnings. Also, there is a lengthy list of optional features containing collision evasion aid with steering support, automatic lane changing, lane keeping assists and traffic jam assist.
According to the latest car news, the all-new BMW X5 2019 will hit the US dealerships in November and its price will be announced when the launch comes closer.