The all-new BMW X5 is here for the 2019 model year and the model entered the new generation with the larger body and more interior room and comfort. The popular SUV packs also the innovative technology and first-class convenience features but has added the high-performance equipment. However, the BMW X5 is still unfinished business as more models are set to come.
2020 BMW X5 M Redesign
BMW will provide the plug-in hybrid version with roughly 40 kilometers of electric range for the 2021 model year. But, for the higher adrenaline drive buyers will even get the M division-branded model. The high-performance model ought to appear as the 2020 BMW X5 M and was spotted several times while testing. BMW hides, however, the most important details.
The engine is known but we don’t have official facts about the performance. The same engine will also power the coupe-like X6 M variant and much more M-branded BMW s will look in near future including the X3 and X4 high-riding models. Like the 2019 BMW X5, the M division variant will profit from the usage of the modular, lightweight CLAR platform and apply the same design language as the traditional X5 but with added performance-oriented touches.
Interior Design and Features
The 2020 BMW X5 M will get more attention thanks to the beefier front bumper with bigger air openings from the front side and the rear will also obtain special therapy. The rear bumper and quad exhaust installation will add sportier appearance to the rear side and distinctive 21-inch alloy wheels and M division mirrors will also distinguish this version from the rest of the range.
The interior of the model will embrace the exact same design and design as the traditional variant with a few unique touches. The sports seats and premium sound system will be in the equipment list and the performance SUV will even get the brand’s most current infotainment and safety equipment.
2020 BMW X5 M Engine
The recently redesigned X5 can already be obtained with the mighty twin-turbo V-8 engine which takes the place under the hood of the xDrive50i variant. The 4.4-liter bi-turbo engine produces 456 hp and torque of 479 pound-feet that is enough to launch this model to 60 miles in 4,6 minutes. The 2020 BMW X5 M will also pack the 4.4-liter bi-turbo V8 under the hood but the heavily revised version of this engine will include more ponies into the count.
The BMW x5 M division X5 version should create around 600 hp and torque around 533 pound-feet. The Competition version could add additional power hitting around 625 hp. The model will use an 8-speed automatic transmission routing the power to the xDrive all-wheel-drive system. The sophisticated system debuted at the new M5 and we will see how it performs from the X5. The X5 M will also get the special-tuned suspension and exceptional wheel and exhaust system combined with the powerful braking system.
Release Date and Price
The 2020 BMW X5 M should reach the market in the later phase of 2019. The price of the model should be around $110, 000.