The photos of the latest 2014 BMW X5 seems want to say that the Bavarians would follow with the 3rd gen of their premium midsize SUV. If you are very critical, you will see that in the same fashion, the interior styling of the stunning X5 has evolved to slot in the newest styling trends at the BMW such as the four round gauges on the instrument panel and also the oversized 10.2inch Control Display Monitor.
At its rear, the folding backrest of the 2nd-row seat now can be split 40:20:40 that lets load capacity to be enhanced in stages from 23cu.ft. to 66cu.ft. (650 – 1,870liters).
You will also find more storage compartments inside comprising the door pockets, which can accommodate 1.5liter bottles up front and also one-liter bottles in the rear. BMW has revealed two new trim levels dubbed as the Luxury Line and the xLine with modified interior and exterior features. Meanwhile, the M Sport package will keep on to be presented adding all the usual goods such as an aero kit, the sports seats and also the interior trim, 19inch wheels and an obtainable M Adaptive Suspension.
The F15-codenamed X5 measures 29 mm longer, 5 mm wider and also 14 mm lower than the leaving X5 at 4,886 mm (192.3inches) long, 1,938 mm (76.3inches) wide and 1,762 mm (69.4inches) tall respectively. The wheelbase is still same at 2,933 mm (115.5inches).
For you who live in Europe, the latest X5 will be launched this fall with an option of three models: the great xDrive30d with altered 3.0liter 6-cylinder in-line diesel unit turning out 255 hp (258 PS); the stunning xDrive50i comprising a latest generation of BMW’s 4.4 liter V8 petrol rated for 444 hp (450 PS), and the amazing M50d M Performance along with a tri-turbo 6-cylinder in-line diesel generating 376 hp (381 PS) for a 0-100km/hour (62mph) time of just 5.3 seconds. In December of this 2013, BMW will widen the X5’s range with the stunning xDrive40d diesel, the amazing xDrive35i turbocharged petrol, the great X5 xDrive25d diesel and also for the first time in the model’s history, a rear-wheel drive version dubbed as the X5 sDrive25d with CO2 emissions of 149 g/km. And for North America, the stunning BMW X5 will come in dealerships during the fourth quarter of the year.