2018 BMW X5 Redesign Review

The current third generation of the “BMW X5″ (mark F15) will not have a redesign, and he will get like 2018 BMW X5 will get the heir, still hiding under the masked body and the mark F05. Although BWM representatives have not confirmed the news, spyware and photos reveal that an entirely new model is being prepared, which will come in place F15.

BMW will not spend time modifying the existing X5, but intends to present a completely new generation.


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The BMW X5 has been on the market for eighteen years. During this time period, he went through two serious changes, the first in 2006 and the second in 2014. As far as the 2019 model is concerned, BMW will skip its correction and present a completely new generation that will be based on the new platform.

The new generation 2018 BMW X5 will use BMW’s modular CLAR platform now used by models like the Series 7. The new platform will be made of lightweight materials, making the SUV easier than the current one with a weight of 2,122 kg. This means that the new BMW X5 2018 will be made from ultra-light materials, and will be lighter than the current model weighing 2,122 kilograms. Thanks to the new platform, which supports all of the four-cylinder, plug-in hybrid, up to the V12, the new X5 will also have new drive circuits.

Popular SUVs will also get the latest connectivity and entertainment systems, and it’s almost certain that BMW will also introduce an electric version. Spy photos show that F05 will get a modified C pillar as well as a completely new rear design.

As far as the front part is concerned, smaller and more aggressive headlights are expected, larger air vents on the bumper and more massive “kidneys” with plenty of chromium. It is assumed that the 2018 BMW X5 will not be much larger than the third-generation model, as BMW wants to leave enough space for the new large SUV “X7”, which will fight the Mercedes GLS and the Range Rover Sport.

2018 BMW X5 front grille

2018 BMW X5 Exterior Review

Given that we have already mentioned spy pictures, then it is not worth asking too much about how the military looks out and on the inside. Maybe we could just jump a little and say that it’s certainly a BMW X5 model. What is lacking in this story is the absence of a familiar design, instead we have new lights that look like d taken from the 2000 BMW X5, then the minimal fascia and lack of side skirts. If we look at the front of the fascia, we can define it as a skeleton of what should come. For now, the hood is what we can see and on what basis we can draw conclusions and our future fantasies.

If we look at the vehicle from the side and go back, we will see that the line that goes from the front part, through the door to the rear, is similar to the current model that exists. It is possible that the future 2018 BMW X5 model will get a lower line. The rear of the vehicle has a lightweight, but which will certainly be a good solution for the model we expect next year. The brightness of the light is something that, for now, is not worth the words. they are large and probably improvised, judging by everything, so we can expect further changes here. It is also possible to use it only for the purpose of testing under harsh conditions and the right solution will come later, it remains to be seen.

Interior Changes

Same as the outside, there is no clear information here as well because it is a model that has spy pictures. What is safe and what most of you can imagine is that the new 2018 BMW X5 will definitely be more comfortable with a greater number of improvements in the technological characteristics. First of all, the design of the cabin should be better and pleasing in the seats of the Mexico. In contrast to traditional solutions, it is very possible that there will be a TFT display inside. Certainly, a different arrangement of instrument clusters is expected.

Something bigger screen The infotainment screen with a thinner profile is something that could be realized. There will be no major changes to the center and console. The X5 will definitely have better maneuvering and control capabilities. The BMW X5 2018 will have the possibility of remote parking, which will greatly ease parking in less accessible places. This feature will be for the US market.

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Engine Specs

All of you are definitely interested in what lies under the hood. However, at this point we may not know with certainty. However, on spy pictures we can notice that there is something pushing that 2018 BMW X5 through snow and ice. What we know for sure is that the current X5 comes with a 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder that makes 300 horsepower. It’s about a gasoline that’s starting and pretty strong. With this power it is possible to make 300 torque. On the other hand, there is a diesel-burning 3.0-liter I-6 that produces 255 horsepower with a torque of 413. If we turn to the X5 xDrive50i, we will see that it’s 4.4-liter V-8 that makes an incredible 445 horsepower with torque of 480.

Price and Release Date of 2018 BMW X5

Perhaps we should start from a price related to the current car, which is $54,700, whose price can go up to $ 71,599 for the xDrive 50i. There are three trim levels in the middle. The xDrive 35i is $57,000, the xDrive 35d $57,700 and of course the xDrive 40e is $62,100.

The new 2018 BMW X5 will certainly come with big shifts and a pricing can be made when the exact features of the new model are determined. It does not need to go too far with the assumptions, but as far as the new model is concerned, it could be more expensive for about two thousand dollars.

2018 BMW X5 spy shots side

2018 BMW X5 spy shots side

2018 BMW X5 spy shots back side

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