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2019 BMW X5 | First Drive

BMW's original sports activity vehicle, the X5 is all-new for 2019. We take it out for a First Drive review. Find us on your TV @

2019 BMW X5 Unveiling

BMW launches the all-new 4th generation 2019 BMW X5 Sports Activity Vehicle with two variants, the X5 xDrive 40i and the X5 xDrive 50i. Since its introduction almost 20 years ago, the BMW X5 has been built exclusively in Spartanburg, SC. To date, more than 2.2 million X5’s have been sold worldwide, one third of those sales being in the U.S. The all-new 2019 BMW X5 will again be built at BMW Plant Spartanburg, SC. This center of competence for BMW X models also handles production of the BMW X3, BMW X4, BMW X6 and will soon add the BMW X7. Get More Great Car Videos - Subscribe:

All-New 2019 BMW X5: First Drive Review | NDTV carandbike

We get behind the wheel of the all new 4th generation BMW X5. The new gen X5 is bigger, bolder and comes packed to the gills with tech that makes it stand out from the competition. It is also more comfortable than ever before and packs in a range of petrol and Diesel engines. BMW will launch the new X5 in India sometime next year and expect it to get the 30d Diesel engine and the 40i petrol motor. Interesting touches on the new X5 include the new gen larger kidney grille and the use of glass crystal in the interior design. For more from the world of auto, visit: SUBSCRIBE to carandbike for your daily dose of Auto: Follow us on Twitter: Like us on Facebook: Download the CarAndBike Android App here: #BMWX5 #FirstDriveReview #NewBMWX5

2019 BMW X5 Review | First Drive | autoX

BMW’s original SUV, the X5, is now bigger, bolder and brimming with tech as it enters fourth generation. It’ll be coming to India in the first half of 2019, but we’ve already tested it on – and off-road in America. Watch the complete review and find out if it actually lives up to its claims. ___________________________________________________________________ For more information of the New 2019 BMW X5 : ___________________________________________________________________ FOLLOW US: Instagram: Twitter: Facebook: Linkedin: Website:

2019 BMW X5 - First Drive Test Video Review

The Boss is back - will the new BMW X5 still be the leader of the pack of premium SUV? We have checked it out!

The day after we drove the 2019 BMW X7 for a road test around South Carolina, BMW bused us to a garage at its South Carolina factory to preview the 2019 X5. The X5 trailed the Mercedes-Benz M-Class to market by a year, but broke open the segment by being the first luxury crossover to deliver a premium-car-like experience. As the X5 prepares for its 20th anniversary next year, it has sold more than 2 million units worldwide (when including its X6 sibling), and it sells better in the U.S. now than it ever has. Nevertheless, BMW wants its first "Sports Activity Vehicle" to reclaim the top spot from the only real competition it has ever had — the Mercedes GLE, which has outsold the X5 for the past two years.

The third-generation 2014 X5 was a holdover, built on a reworked chassis from the second-generation X5 introduced in 2007, considered an "update" rather than an entirely new model. The fourth-gen 2019 X5 starts from scratch. Although it rides on the SUV version of BMW's Cluster Architecture — same as the X3 and the X7 — BMW used the gee-whiz multi-material structure to reduce weight instead of increase proportions. We couldn't get a curb-weight figure, but BMW said the new X5 has the same stiffness as the outgoing vehicle, is about 1.1 inches longer with even smaller changes to height and width, on a wheelbase that's "maybe two or three millimeters more" than the 2018 X5.

Designers grabbed their boldest pencils for this redesign. The 2019 X5 serves up simpler surfacing with an emphasis on horizontal and vertical lines, making a sterner statement because of it. Two sharper spines crease the hood, outlining deeper scallops in the center out to more pronounced edges. A big ol' monochrome grille hiding active shutters dominates a larger, flatter face. The few angled lines on the front fascia beeline into hard corners, a theme carried over to the headlight housings, where the X5 forsakes round light rings for partial hexagons. The brutalist theme makes the X3 look passionate by comparison.

That deadpan front end sets the tone for the sides: This looks like a vehicle that has no intention of moving out of your way. A beveled edge at the base of the greenhouse establishes width at the midline, creating the impression of more substantial flanks. A faster roof angle to the backlight keeps the profile from looking blunt. A shoulder line runs from the top corner of the taillight, across the generous haunches, through the rear door handle, then dips with an S-bend below the front door handles to complete its run to just behind the front wheel arch. An active shutter just ahead of the front door turns into the lower character line and frames the side-length hollow.

The rear aspect could have been cribbed from the current X5. The two-piece tailgate — a holdover from when BMW created the X5 while owning Range Rover — remains, but top and bottom feature full electric closure. Assertively three-dimensional LED taillights have raised, stretched U-shaped outer edges that surround inset centers. Down below, exhaust finishers go flush with the bumper instead of poking through bumper cutouts.

Inside, the instrument panel takes the same general shape as that on the X7, but more extravagant décor and materials on the X7 will differentiate the two. The X5 shares some touchpoints, though, such as a frameless rearview mirror, the same front seats and steering wheel, and a display key that can charge wirelessly in a pocket at the base of the center console ahead of cooled and heated cup holders.

The redesigned control panel on the center tunnel upgrades cabin elegance with crystal surfacing on the iDrive knob and repositioned On/Off button, and a meaty cut crystal orb atop the redesigned shift lever. Slender pipes of ambient lighting highlight the center tunnel, doors, and instrument panel.

X5s fitted with the optional panoramic roof will let the sun shine in. The stars can also be had with the additional option of Sky Lounge LED lighting. Comfort glass, standard on the X7, will be available for the X5.

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