BMW’s 2019 X5 SUV has been revealed, an all-new entrant to the sports utility segment. Now in its fourth generation, the new X5 is longer, wider, and taller than its predecessor. There’s even more length to the wheelbase, too, which adds up to more cabin space.
Outside, the design is crisper and more aggressive. The traditional BMW kidney grille is more striking, and Adaptive LED headlights are standard fit; Laserlights are optional. Stronger crease lines flow all the way to the back, where LED lights are also standard.
Inside, there’s a new dashboard with the BMW Live Cockpit Professional, a digital 12.3-inch instrumentation cluster and a matching center touchscreen. iDrive has had an upgrade, too, and there are plenty of active driver assistance aids. It’ll hit dealerships in November 2018.
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