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Sculptured styling with increased dimensions and capabilities. New BMW TwinPower turbo engines, 335hp 3.0L 6-cylinder and 456hp 4.4L 8-cylinder New Optional Off-Road Package with air suspension and new rear locking differential. New standard BMW Live Cockpit Professional with two 12.3-inch digital displays. New standard Active Driving Assistant and optional factory Remote Engine Start. --New design language exudes confidence and authority. A wheelbase that is 1.6 inches longer than its predecessor’s, a 1.1 inches increase in vehicle length, an extra 2.6 inches of width and a 1.0 inches increase in height give the all-new 2019 BMW X5 both a muscular appearance and a more generous level of space for passengers and their luggage. The latest X5 retains the hallmark proportions of an SAV, but the pared-back design language – clean surfacing and precise lines accentuating elegant poise and authority – is new. A sculpted hood a short front overhang, lightly hexagonal wheel arches and the dynamic sweep of the roofline exemplify the sporty yet rugged character of the all-new 2019 BMW X5. “The BMW X5 embodies the origins of the BMW X family and, in its fourth generation, sends out its most powerful message yet in terms of presence and modernity,” says Adrian van Hooydonk, Senior Vice President BMW Group Design. “It defines a new X design language – robust, clear and precise.” The most striking feature of the front end is the large BMW kidney grille with single-piece surrounds. The all-new BMW X5 comes standard with Adaptive LED headlights, while BMW Laserlights are available as an option and feature blue x-shaped elements, which split up the hexagonal light sources inside the familiar BMW twin headlights, make a distinctive visual statement. The precise character line in the X5’s flanks, rise up at the rear door, contributing to the modern appearance of the all-new BMW X5. It defines the vehicle’s powerful shoulders and feeds into the rear lights, which extend well into the flanks. At the rear, all lights feature LED technology. --Interior design and controls Modern and elegant surfacing radiates a feeling of space inside the all-new 2019 BMW X5. The front and rear occupants all enjoy generous accommodation amid an exclusive ambience. The instrument panel is broken up by sweeping horizontal lines, which combine with electroplated trim elements to emphasize the width of the interior. And with its large trim finisher and surrounds likewise made up of electroplated elements, the center console – rising up to the instrument panel – contributes to the handsome overall impression. The raised seating position, driver-focused cockpit and new design and arrangement of the controls offer the person in the left seat the best possible view to enable him or her to maintain complete command over the task of driving. The fully-digital instrument cluster and the center display are connected visually by consistency of design and share the same graphics. The center console hosts the iDrive Controller, the newly designed transmission selector lever and all other driving-related controls – i.e. the Driving Experience Control switch, the start/stop button and the buttons to activate the air suspension settings and off-road modes (if equipped). A similarly new-look for the heating, air conditioning and lighting functions is on hand. Carefully selected materials in the interior include a new Vernasca variant for the leather upholstery. Like the optional BMW Individual extended Merino leather trim, it is available in five colors. The all-new BMW X5 is fitted with standard electrically adjustable and heated sports seats. Customers can also specify optional multifunction seats with massage function and seat ventilation for the driver and front passenger. The standard xLine and optional M Sport models also come with specific design features that bring a distinctive flair to the interior. The interior appointments for the standard xLine model accentuate the vehicle’s versatility and luxurious ambience, while the optional M Sport model enhances the on board driving experience. The two lines include illuminated door sill plates specific to each variant and an anthracite headliner. M Sport trim also includes an M sports steering wheel, M-specific pedals, driver’s footrest and piping on the seats, plus exclusive interior trim strips in Aluminium Tetragon. Full Review https://www.press.bmwgroup.com/usa/article/detail/T0281821EN_US/the-all-new-2019-bmw-x5-sports-activity-vehicle Offroad Test Drive Review "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
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The 2019 BMW X5 is here to replace that aging family SUV The 2019 BMW X5 requires $60,700 to be permanently parked in your driveway 2019 BMW X5 Starts at $61,695 What’s new Besides the complete redesign, which takes a more conservative “don’t fix what ain’t broke” approach to avoid alienating its current and strong customer base, the new fourth-generation X5 actually grows in size. Its wheelbase is larger by 1.6 inches, while the overall length of the X5 increases by 1.1 inches. Width also gets a boost by 2.6 inches while overall height jumps by an inch. BMW says the new design offers the 2019 BMW X5 a more “muscular appearance,” but to us, it just looks exactly the same as the old one, except slightly bigger and sleeker. The obvious result from the increase in size is a considerable bump in space for the interior, meaning more space for people and their things. “The BMW X5 embodies the origins of the BMW X family and, in its fourth generation, sends out its most powerful message yet in terms of presence and modernity,” Adrian van Hooydonk, senior vice president of BMW Group Design, said in a statement. “It defines a new X design language — robust, clear and precise.” New optional “off-road package” The new 2019 BMW X5 boasts a whole range of new technologies. For instance, there is a new optional “off-road package.” When equipped, it adds an upgraded air suspension setup at both axles and a new rear locking differential, for those who feel like tearing up some paths less traveled. The package also equips bespoke underbody protection in the form of skid plates to avoid damaging the car when crawling over hard obstacles. It also adds special programming modes to the electronic driver aids, allowing certain settings for the suspension, traction and stability control, xDrive all-wheel-drive system, transmission control, and throttle response, not otherwise available in X5s without the off-road package. Introduction of “BMW Live Cockpit Professional” Also debuting for the first time is BMW’s new “Live Cockpit Professional,” incorporating two very large, high-definition 12.3-inch diagonally measured LCD screens, replacing the traditional analog gauge instrument cluster and the previous model’s iDrive 5.0 center screen. Dubbed as the next-generation and seventh rendition of BMW’s love-it-or-hate-it infotainment and central control setup, the “Live Cockpit Professional” setup allows drivers to access everything from the sat-nav to BMW Connected services, and other fancy in-car functions. For computing, the system utilizes a hard drive-based multimedium system with an additional 20 GB of storage memory for music and other personalized settings, all accessible via two USB ports and Bluetooth connectivity. And for the first time, all of BMW’s Connected Services will be bundled in a single “Connected Package Professional,” incorporating remote services, concierge services, on-street parking information, and real-time traffic information — all of which are standard on the new X5. Familiar power- and drivetrains Under the hood of the all-new fourth-generation 2019 BMW X5 is the usual and familiar TwinPower turbocharged 3.0-liter gasoline inline-six, good for 335 horsepower and 330 pound-feet of torque. For those not wanting to give up any serious performance can opt for the significantly more powerful TwinPower turbocharged 4.4-liter V8. Although BMW has always offered an eight-cylinder option for the X5, this latest V8 is significantly revised with various upgrades. The 4.4-liter displacement remains the same as the outgoing eight, but engineers relocated the turbochargers to the valley of the V8, rather than mounting them outboard, for better performance, efficiency, and packaging. New heat plates are added to aid thermal shielding in the crankcase and cylinder head, and the ignition system is new from the ground up, improving the engine’s Auto Start-Stop function. The result is 456 horsepower, up from 444 for the outgoing V8-powered X5, while torque remains the same at around 480 pound-feet. Both engines still get the same eight-speed ZF-sourced automatic that we have come accustomed to over the past few years. BMW says the V8 can sprint to 60 in just 4.6 seconds while the six-cylinder version isn’t much of a slouch either, taking only 5.3 seconds. Full Review https://www.digitaltrends.com/cars/2019-bmw-x5-details-revealed/ "interior 2018 Test Drive Features" "SUBSCRIBE NOW" #BMW #X5 #SUV
The 2019 BMW X5 xDrive40i Starts at $60,700 and xDrive50i at $75,750 Debut appearance of the BMW Live Cockpit Professional display and control concept (fitted as standard). Further development of the iDrive operating system to include a fully digital instrument cluster and 12.3-inch Control Display. Clear graphics and flat menu structure designed for touch control ensure quick access to settings and functions. Situation-linked and customisable displays supply the driver with the right information at the right time. Increased ease of use through multimodal use of the touchscreen display, Controller, voice control and BMW gesture control. New generation of the BMW Head-Up Display with a larger projection surface (now 7 ? 3.5 inch), optimised 3D graphics and additional display content. Optional third row of seats (expected to be available from 12/2018) offers two additional seats; comfortable entry and exit thanks to electrically forward-tilting second-row seats. Two-piece split tailgate, hands-free opening and closing of both sections with optional Comfort Access. Automatic boot cover can be lowered electrically into load compartment floor (expected to be available from 12/2018). Boot capacity can be increased from 650 litres to a maximum 1,860 litres. Standard leather trim in new variant Vernasca and optional BMW Individual Merino leather trim both available in a choice of four colours. New options provide the interior with exceptional creature comforts: Multifunction seats with massage function, four-zone automatic climate control, heated armrests, cooled/heated cupholders in the centre console, Panorama glass roof Sky Lounge with a 23 per cent larger glass surface, Ambient Air package for interior fragrancing, Bowers & Wilkins Diamond Surround Sound System (expected to be available from 12/2018), Rear-seat entertainment Professional system with 10.2-inch touchscreen display (expected to be available from 12/2018). First appearance of new glass applications (optional) for the newly designed transmission selector lever, the Controller, the start/stop button in the centre console and the audio system control knob. Telephony with wireless charging for compatible mobile phones. BMW Display Key shows vehicle status information and allows user to control vehicle functions. Updated ambient lighting (optional) with Welcome Light Carpet for the entry area to the car and Dynamic Interior Light with pulsating illumination in the instrument panel (when receiving incoming phone calls) and in the door panel and opener (when the door is opened with the engine running).
2018 BMW X7. A variant of the “cluster architecture” (CLAR) first introduced on the current BMW 7-series, a comfort-oriented chassis that prepares us to assume the X7 will be less a driver’s crossover than a luxury cruiser. BMW’s xDrive all-wheel drive likely will be standard, but BMW won’t fit the X7 with any off-road-ready equipment such as locking differentials or a low-range transfer case. Production of the X7 will take place in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
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