BMW releases a video demonstrating the new X5
The German car manufacturer has recently uploaded a new video showcasing its next-generation BMW Х5 running tests in various parts of the world before the official premiere.
It turns out that the coming BMW X5 has been tested on the Nurburgring Circuit, beyond the Polar Circle, in the USA, France, South Africa, and Sweden. The vehicle has experienced all terrain types and climate zones and proved to be sturdy and versatile enough for the release.
Reportedly, the car comes equipped with an off-road package, a better steering system and new suspension, but no further details are being revealed at the moment. BMW insists that driving the next X5 will be an exceptionally pleasant experience.
The engine palette of the series will likely consist of four- and six-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines capable of between 230 and 340 hp (172 – 254 kW). A V8 and a hybrid powertrain might make it into the lineup as well.
The premiere should take place sometime later this year.
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