BMW X5 III (F15) 2013-2018
BMW X5 (F15) is a mid-size luxury SUV manufactured by BMW and marketed globally since 2013. The company revealed the model at FIM (Frankfurt International Motor) Show in 2013. Also, in December 2013, earlier X5 models were included in the show that includes M50d.BMW xDrive40d, xDrive50i, xDrive35i, xDrive50i sDrive25d, xDrive25d, etc.
The BMW X5-model for the United States arrived in the year 2013 at the US showrooms in the 4th quarter. Early models include xDrive50i, xDrive35i, and sDrive35i, along with xDrive35d in early 2014, and the hybrid plug-in version in 2015.
BMW gave a new facelift for the X5 mid-size luxury SUV in February 2010. The new makeover had affected mildly the rear and front part of the car. They made a distinguishable and reformed front apron and front bumper and reformed taillights. Also, the company redesigned the tailpipe and the rear bumper. BMW used its well-organized diminuendos on all the new X5 models and swatted the entire engine lineup to get significant fuel efficiency and limited CO2 emission.
The new X5 line has another significant feature is that all models contain an 8-speed automatic gearbox with standard Steptronic. The company also used the new technologies like Adaptive Cornering Headlights, Head-up Display, Park Distance Control, High-Beam Assistant, and reversing camera with ACC (Active Cruise Control), Surround View, and Lane Departure Warning. Also, Side view and speed limit info are included in the BMW X5.
The manufacturer of the new X5 model claims that the model body structure is made of ultra-high-tensile steel, aluminum in the bonnet, thermoplastics in the side panels, and magnesium in the instrument panel. The new body structure makes the new BMW S5 lighter compared to other corresponding models of the earlier X5 generation.
BMW introduced its third-generation revolutionary SUV in 2014 that became a big hit in sales instantly. This model made the company one step ahead of its competitors. The BMW engineers made a mid-size luxury SUV with no low-gear, no transfer case, and unibody construction while all other 4x4 vehicles big frame-based.