Your 2019 BMW X5 Photo Gallery Is Here And It’s Huge

By now, chances are you know all there is to know about the all-new BMW X5. But have you seen all there is to see of the new luxury SUV?

Just in case you haven’t, BMW has got you covered. The automaker has just released a mega photo gallery containing no fewer than 335 photos. It’s safe to say no area of the 2019 X5 has been left unexplored. Whether we’re talking about the exterior, interior, or the array of features the SUV offers, it’s all there.

All the photos have been taken during the 2019 X5 International Media Launch that took place in Atlanta, Georgia. The models featured in the gallery are the xDrive 40i (including in xLine package), xDrive30d and M50d. This allows us to spot the differences between the various X5 models: the base trim level, the xLine, and the M Sport.

Even though there are so many photos with the 2019 X5, two models are missing from the gallery. The X5 xDrive45e iPerformance plug-in hybrid won’t launch until next year in Europe and wasn’t present at the media drive event. The V8-powered X5 xDrive50i isn’t featured either, even though it’s the range-topping model in the United States. It won’t be available in Europe, though.

Anyway, what caught our eye in the gallery is the number of photos showing the X5 off-road. BMW is adamant that the fourth-generation model is much better than its predecessor off the beaten track, and it certainly looks like it.

The 2019 X5 owes that to a host of chassis systems including a two-axle air suspension that varies ride height by up to 80 mm (3.15 in) and Integral Active Steering. Plus, for the first time on a BMW X model, customers can order an Off-Road package that activates the ideal settings for driving on sand, rock, gravel or snow.

BMW will start worldwide deliveries of the 2019 X5 in November.

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  • aaron

    What’s up with the offroad tires on some images? Is that offered as an option from the factory?

  • Sébastien

    Why is it that BMW and Audi latest cars fail to hide their radar/front sensor… So ugly

    • Matteo Tommasi

      Those are LiDar and need a flat surface (or no surface) in front cause they have very high precision

      • Sébastien

        Source? No mention of Lidar in the BMW press release, are you confusing it with laser (head)lights?

        (Sure Audi does include one lidar in some cases, but it’s plain old radar behind the other black bulb)

        • Matteo Tommasi

          A LiDar is needed for the new “autonomous” features of the car: a radar isn’t precise enough for those applications. So everytime you hear about active cruise, a LiDar is needed

          • Sébastien

            You’re making this up, this is just semi autonomous stuff:
            – keeping a distance is done just fine by a radar alone.
            – keeping in lane just needs a camera.

            Why would BMW not mention lidar if it was included

  • Mike Sinyaboot ©

    BMW did a fantastic job. The interior is a massive leap forward from past BMW interiors.

  • sean tooher

    KIA taillights

    • StrangerGP

      Kia is copying BMW, BMW is copying Kia – the circle is complete.

  • LATELY LOOKING AT BMW’S NEW OFFERINGS I LONG FOR THE DAYS OF CHRIS BANGLE. THIS IS INELEGANT AT BEST.

  • Bash

    This turned better than i was expected. minus the tail lights.

  • dumblikeyou2

    The interior lighting really isn’t ambient anymore. It’s just a tacky light show to appeal to today’s discerning customer. And it appears that MB and now BMW seem to be cornering the market on deep ice blue LEDs. Sushi restaurants across the world are envious.

    • Yavor

      Dont like? Dont use it, grandpa.

      • dumblikeyou2

        No I don’t like, but my grandpa does, Vader.

  • Karl

    Why so few pictures?

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