The BMW recently launched its X5 fourth generation in May that is definitely putting up a tough fight against its rivals. The SUV is available in three variants- Sport,xLine and M sport. Presently, it is available in xDrive 30d sport and xDrive 30d xLine variant, while the xDrive40i M sports variant will be launched later this year. The base model starts from Rs. 72.90 lakhs
Looking for a reason to get your hands on this new beast? Here are some that might help you take a quick decision.
The all-new BMW X5 holds up by the CLAR platform, which also spawns other models like 5 Series,7 Series and the X3. The CLAR platform is an extendable architecture which consists of steel, aluminum, and carbon fibre. The creator has been designed to support front engine assembly and rear-wheel-drive or all-wheel drive setup, making it suitable for SUVs.
The fourth-generation car of BMW is larger than the previous, outgoing one, and is also much wider and taller. It is 35 mm longer, 32 mm wider and 11 mm taller than the previous model. The boot space of the car remains the same as its ongoing model at 645 litres, which is expandable to 1640 by folding the rear seats.
A Premium Feel
On the design front, the new X5 features a restyled front of its bumper with a larger kidney design grille, new headlights and LED daytime running lights; all of which tie-in with BMW’s new design language. At the rear, the new X5 sports chunk LED tail-lights and has restyled rear bumper. The M Sport pack for the petrol model adds more modern design themes.
More Modern Features
The interior of the BMW X5 2019 gets totally new design features. The sloping dash has a flush finish and the trapezoidal air-con vents look futuristic. The design of the central console too is top notch and the cabin overall will give you a wealthy sense especially when your eyes will be stuck on the elements like crystal-finished gear selector or the faux silver inserts which are aesthetically done.
Launched with Only Diesel Engine
BMW has launched the X5 in India in two diesel variants- xDrive 30d Sport and xDrive 30d Line which uses the same old engine as used in the previous model. It’s a 3.0-litre, in-line six-cylinder, turbo diesel motor tuned for 261 bhp and 620 Nm of peak torque and the BMW X5 can clock triple-digit speeds in 6.5 seconds. Price for the xDrive 40i M Sport variant also has been announced but it will go on sale afterwards in this year. The petrol iteration will also be powered by a 3.0-litre, in-line, six-cylinder engine.
Go get your hands on this beauty as soon as possible. Visit the official BMW website and book yourself a smooth test ride today.