The new versions of BMW's performance flagship SUVs, the X5 M and X6 M, have been unveiled. Both are said to offer performance improvements of up to 10% over the outgoing models, while efficiency is said to receive a boost of up to 20%.
The new 2014 BMW X5 goes on sale in the UK in November, initially made up of xDrive30d, M50d and xDrive50i models, with prices starting from £42,590. X5 sDrive25d, xDrive25d and xDrive40d models will follow later.
The BMW X5 will receive an array of design and engine changes offering even greater performance and lower emissions, whilst also updating its look
Built to mark the BMW X5's 10-year production milestone, the BMW X5 xDrive35d 10-Year Edition features unique 20-inch Y-spoke light alloy wheels, plus extra exterior and interior trim
The new BMW X5 M and X6 M are both powered by the same 4,395cc twin turbocharged V8 engine producing a maximum power output of 555hp at 6,000rpm, capable of hitting 62mph in 4.7 seconds
BMW has added its twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre diesel engine to the X5 range to create the X5 3.0sd, capable of hitting 60mph in 7.0 seconds
BMW's M Sport derivative is to be introduced to the new BMW X5 range for the first time, with the BMW X5 4.8i M Sport
BMW has released the first details of their new X5, featuring improved engines, a new six-speed automatic gearbox, a third row of seats and new technology