BMW is getting ready to put an all-new X5 in pretty much all of their dealerships across the globe.
Munich’s current flagship SUV, at least until the larger and more luxurious X7 arrives, is in its fourth generation, and will go on sale in most markets before the end of the year.
Before launching it, however, BMW continues to make sure that every potential SUV customer out there with a pocket full of cash knows that there’s an all-new X5 out.
The German company already announced the official starting price of the new G05 in some European markets. And they also did the same in the United States, where the base model has an MSRP of $60,700, excluding a $995 destination charge and, of course, any optional extras.
Compared to its predecessor, the new X5 is $1,200 more expensive than before in the xDrive35i flavor, and $1,700 more in the 50i grade, which starts from $75,750 (again, without the destination charge).
It’s likely that most clients will be satisfied with the standard gear, which includes a bunch of features, from the LED headlights to dynamic dampers, and from launch control to a panoramic glass sunroof.
Now, prior to seeing it in your local dealership, you can take a closer look at it in an official film released by BMW, which shows it in different environments, venturing off the beaten path a few times.