BMW is going to be releasing the most important X5 car in a generation.
The X5, a crossover that is so far, arguably, the only crossover to feature a completely new engine, transmission, chassis, and all of the other pieces that make up the X5 family.
We’re talking a 2.0 liter inline-four, a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six, and a 5-speed dual-clutch transmission, all of which are to be found on the X3 X5.
It’s the same engine that BMW used to create the first generation X5 sedan, which sold over a million units.
The new X5 has the same size displacement as the X4 X5 and will feature a power output of 365 hp at 4,000 rpm, which would make it the fastest roadster in the world, and the only car in the series to ever get this kind of power.
It will be available in two versions, the X1 and X2, with the X2 featuring a bigger roof and more aggressive body panels, while the X0 will be a straight-six with a more powerful turbocharged engine.
Both cars are set to go on sale in 2019.
BMW also has a number of other X5 models, but they’re going to only be sold in Europe.
That means that the X7 X5 won’t be coming to the United States.
It’ll only be available for the United Kingdom.
The BMW X5 will be hitting dealerships next year, but it won’t start arriving until 2019.