Singapore 2019: All-New G05 BMW X5 Offered In Four Variants In SingaporeBerita Kereta
Three months after being previewed in Thailand, the all-new G05 BMW X5 has been launched in Singapore.
The variant you’re looking at now, which was revealed earlier today at the ongoing 2019 Singapore International Motor Show is the xDrive40i, but BMW Singapore’s official website has four variants listed:
- X5 xDrive40i – 3.0-litre turbocharged petrol / 350 PS, 450 Nm
- X5 xDrive50i – 4.4-litre turbocharged petrol / 462 PS, 650 Nm
- X5 xDrive30d – 3.0-litre turbocharged diesel / 265 PS, 620 Nm
- X5 M50d – 3.0-litre turbocharged diesel / 400 PS, 760 Nm
Measuring 4,992 mm long, 2,004 mm wide, and 1,745 mm tall, this 4th generation X5 is 36 mm longer and 66 mm wider than the outgoing model. Wheelbase length has also grown by 44 mm to 2,975 mm, all of which translates into a larger, more spacious X5 than before.
Design wise, the all-new X5 features an updated front fascia with an extra-large BMW kidney grille with a single-piece surround, flanked by a pair of LED headlights that are fitted as standard equipment. BMW Laserlight with Adaptive LED Headlights can be had as an option.
The rear end has also been revamped, featuring a pair of LED tail lights that are slimmer than the ones found on the predecessor.
As before, the all-new G05 X5 continues the tradition of its signature two-section split tailgate. Also new for the X5 is the 22-inch wheel option.
Inside, the all-new X5 comes with BMW’s new dashboard and centre console design. Key features include a fully digital instrument panel and control display that share the same graphics, newly designed gear lever, more ergonomically positioned buttons around the centre console, panoramic glass roof, dynamic interior lighting system, Bowers & Wilkins Diamond Surround Sound System, and two USB charging ports for rear occupants.
There is also a new generation head-up display, featuring a new 7x3.5 inch projection surface, and gesture control among other technological goodies.
Having said that, the all-new G05 BMW X5 will be arriving on Malaysian shores later this year, but it remains unknown which variants and how many of them will be offered here, so watch this space for more updates on the all-new X5.