BMW X5 2019 Picture

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What It Is: Four fat exhaust tips and twin kidney grilles poke out of a mid-size SUV sitting low on wide tires. Its driver pulls it into BMW’s M testing center outside the Nürburgring. We therefore wager that what we’re looking at is the next-generation 2019 BMW X5 M.

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Since 2009, BMW engineers have parked the X5 M (and its fastback X6 M sibling) comfortably in the oversize vehicle lot. As these photos show, Munich isn’t messing with its successful hot-rod formula or classic proportions for the upcoming all-new X5, the mass-market version of which is plenty fast for most of us. Under the clever disguise that seems to show curved rear side-window glass, BMW’s signature D-pillar Hofmeister kink will be intact but subtly reworked, as on the all-new X3. As with the latest X1 and X3, the roof height drops, and the X5’s body trades its squared, upright greenhouse for softer, beveled edges. The grille’s enlarged nostrils dip further toward the lower fascia and its deeply cut air intakes. While we don’t yet have interior shots, BMW likely will evolve the current X5’s relatively clean design that can become a tad cluttered once all of the M-specific switches for the driver-adjustable performance hardware are added in. Expect the thick-rimmed three-spoke steering wheel, heavily bolstered sport seats, and optional Mugello Red leather and carbon-fiber trim to return. If trends continue, BMW will stick more M badges onto every conceivable surface.

Why It Matters: Increasing demand for mega-horsepower SUVs guarantees the X5 M a place in the lineup among government-mandated plug-in hybrids and emissions-friendly turbocharged four-cylinders. The regular X5 can be had in those ordinary flavors, but when Jeep touts 707 horsepower and a claimed 3.5-second dash to 60 mph for its Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, BMW needs a reply. The last X5 M we tested, a 2015 model, did the deed in 3.8 seconds with 567 horsepower. Surging speed and physics-defying agility from Mercedes-AMG, Porsche, and even Range Rover SUVs mean BMW must go all-out. It also helps that many BMW customers have no problem with a $100,000 sticker price.

Platform: The new X5 M rides on BMW’s new CLAR (Cluster Architecture) platform that underpins the new X3, 5-series, 6-series GT, and 7-series. It’s a highly modular chassis that eventually will slide beneath the 2019 3-series sedan and the larger X7 SUV. Just as the redesigned 5- and 7-series sedans compare with their predecessors, the next X5 M should grow an inch or two in length, but expect a lighter curb weight—although if our scales measure the X5 M below 5000 pounds, we’ll eat kale salad for a year.

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