2024 BMW X5 Teased, Launching Soon
We now have additional proof that the 2024 BMW X5 will be released very, very soon—probably sooner than you may anticipate. In a brief seven-second video (see below), the X5 LCI—LCI stands for Life Cycle Impulse, which is BMW’s way of stating a facelift—appeared on Twitter, revealing a major surprise and heralding its impending arrival.
The 2024 BMW X5 is rumored to make its premiere on February 7; this initial teaser of the vehicle just adds fuel to the fire. Although there isn’t much of the opulent SUV visible, one feature immediately jumps out at us: the facelifted X5 will get an illuminated grille, which is probably going to be an optional extra.
Apparently updated headlights and taillights with new interior graphics are among the other attractions. However, we already knew this since spy images had shown the lighting clusters to have changed. Will there be any more visual changes? The kidney grilles and the bumpers could both have undergone changes, but we can’t tell for sure from this teaser. Also probable are new wheel designs and exterior colors.
However, significant hardware upgrades are anticipated within the cabin. Even though the company is already getting set to introduce its next-generation infotainment hardware and software, there will be an upgrade to BMW’s iDrive 8 infotainment system.
More electrification is planned for the engine. While the X5 xDrive45e plug-in hybrid will have a more powerful engine, the six- and eight-cylinder inline engines are expected to acquire some kind of electric backup. BMW is anticipated to combine an electric motor with a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six engine for a maximum output of 443 pound-feet (600 Newton-meters) of torque and 389 horsepower (290 kilowatts).
The 2024 X5’s complete specifications should be made public shortly; days, not weeks, are more plausible. The SUV is anticipated to arrive at BMW showrooms in the US later this year as a 2024 model.
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