2024 BMW X5 facelift photos leaked

2024 BMW X5 facelift photos leaked

Photos of an upcoming design update for the BMW X5 have leaked online, showing the SUV’s facelifted exterior ahead of its expected unveiling in the coming weeks.

pictures of revised 2024 BMW X5 have been leaked online – ahead of an expected unveiling next month – and show off an exterior design with heavy influence from the automaker’s existing SUV lineup.

Images published on social media platform Instagram from @wilcoblok and @cochespias1 has uploaded the images of the X5’s upcoming mid-life facelift – a “Life Cycle Impulse” (LCI) in bmw Terminology.

The lower part of the front bumper of the updated BMW X5 has been redesigned to be more angular compared to the existing SUV, which was last updated at the launch of the current generation in 2019.

Certain design cues from BMW’s recently updated X1, X3 and X7 SUVs are also incorporated into the new X5, such as: B. a pair of vertical brake ducts on the outer edges of the front bumper and a matte silver trim around the lower radiator intake.

The headlights of the BMW X5 have also been revised – they house a new daytime running light signature – the rear lights have a new signature and do without a clear band for the reversing lights.

A pair of red reflectors has been moved to the top edge of the X5’s lower rear bumper, which now includes both exhaust outlets and features similar matte silver trim to the front end.

The social media posts don’t include images of the updated X5 interior, although it will likely adopt BMW’s new iDrive 8 in-car computer system with a dual-screen dashboard.

In the recently revised 3 Series, a 14.9-inch infotainment screen is combined with a 12.3-inch digital instrument display in an integrated curved panel.

2023 BMW 3 Series interior

According to foreign reportsEngines across the X5 are set to be upgraded for the facelift – including a power boost for the xDrive40i petrol model pictured here from 250kW to 275kW and a new V8 engine for flagship M models.

Reports from Europe say so 2023 BMW X5 can be presented in February.

Timing of arrival at the Australian showroom has yet to be confirmed, but reports suggest production could begin in April – which would correlate with first local deliveries mid-year.

In 2022, the BMW X5 was Australia’s best-selling large SUV, priced in excess of $70,000, with the automaker reporting 3,111 units sold.

The X5 is also BMW’s second most popular new car in Australia, trailing only the smaller X3 SUV on the brand’s sales charts.

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