2023 BMW X5 And X6 Unveiled

In order to compete with the newly revised Mercedes-Benz GLE and GLE coupe facelifts, BMW has upgraded the X5 and X6 SUVs.

The X5 and X6 both get a new-looking grille as part of a mid-life makeover amid a reprofiled front bumper. 

The new curved digital display that is perched above a minimally altered dashboard is the focal point of the interior updates. 

The X5 xDrive30d and X6 xDrive30d diesel models have a maximum output of 298hp and 670Nm.

Additionally, it receives the BMW Live Cockpit Plus system, which features navigation using cloud-based BMW Maps

Touch functionalities are also available for the air conditioning controls.

Despite this, they continue to use the same 4.4 litre, 530 horsepower, and 750 Nm turbocharged V8 petrol engine.