The award wining BMW X5 has received a mild update for the new year in form of a subtle facelift, a few technical tweaks and new engines.
The new X5 will be available with two petrol and two diesel engines. As for the petrol models, you get a 4.4 liter twin-turbo V8 with 407 hp and 600 nm of torque, and the famous twin-charged inline six-cylinder with 306 hp and 400 nm of torque.
Then we have the diesel models which include a straight six-cylinder twin-turbo common-rail developing 306 hp and 600 nm of torque, and a weaker but more economical version of the same unit with 245 bhp 540 Nm.
All models are fitted with BMW xDrive intelligent four-wheel drive system as standard. Prices are high as usual, as the basic model starts at $46,675.