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With its dynamic, upright proportions, the third-generation BMW X5 is instantly recognisable as a BMW X model. However, it also has several new design features which further emphasise its majestic appearance and unbeatable versatility. One important element of the optimised design is the focus on aerodynamics.


Thanks to eye-catching elements in the front end, at the rear and on the sides, form and function are combined ideally: large air inlets, the Air Curtain in the front apron and the newly developed Air Breather in the front wheel arches underline the sporty character of the BMW X5



The aerodynamic shape continues at the rear. The Air Blade on the D-pillar not only makes the car look wider, but also improves airflow.
At the front, the flat, wide design of the BMW kidney grille gives the BMW X5 and an imposing athletic presence. The kidney grille and the headlights are ‘combined’ with each other, creating the impression of an all-in-one unit and emphasising the vehicle’s wide track. At the same time, the short distance between the A-pillar and the front axle shifts the visual focus of the car further forwards, thus highlighting the all-wheel drive.


Driving Dynamics & Efficiency

Even more powerful, even quicker off the mark – and even more efficient: the BMW TwinPower Turbo diesel engines xDrive30d for the BMW X5.

The dynamic inline 6-cylinder engine in the BMW X5 xDrive30d produces an impressive 190 kW (258 hp) to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 6.9 seconds. Top torque of up to 560 Nm powers the engine at maximum efficiency


While the bodywork of the BMW X5 is characterised by an imposing presence, the interior is dominated by a striking elegance. The horizontal contours and contrasting surfaces heighten the feeling of space.


Top-quality materials and interior surfaces, combined with a large selection of upholsteries and colours as well as atmospheric lighting, create an unrivalled feel-good factor.



xDrive 30d (Inline 6 Diesel)


  • 250km/h (Limited)

    Top Speed

  • 6.9s

    0-100 kph

  • 258BHP



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