The X5 M and X6 M Competition use a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 with 617 HP and are priced from $114,100 and $117,600 respectively.
The list includes a number of exterior and interior enhancements for Munich’s SUVs, such as carbon components, improved braking system and Alcantatra trim.
The high-performance crossovers can rocket from 0-62 mph in as little as 3.8 seconds.
The high-performance crossovers are slated to have up to 617 hp in Competition guise.
The 2020 BMW X5 M range will be topped out by a Competition model with 616 hp.
The 1-Series, X2 and Z4 won’t get the M treatment and the CSL could replace the GTS.
The all-new X5 M is expected to debut in the coming months with a sporty chassis and up to 616 hp.
BMW is putting the finishing touches on the X5 M and there should be a Competition variant with 617 hp.
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Here’s a first uncensored look at the all-new BMW X5 M and X6 M heavyweight performance SUVs.
We’ve seen them testing separately, but this is the first time we get to hear the X5 M’s V8 roar.
This BMW X5 M will split opinions but sure turns heads.