The future generation of the BMW X5 has been spied once again while the popular SUV was being tested on public roads.
The German based automaker is currently working on a new generation of the X5 and after offering the popular SUV a facelift a few years ago, time has come to pull the plug on the model. The future generation of the BMW X5 has been caught on camera once again while it was being tested on public roads and these are probable the most revealing spy shots of the model. The 2014 X5, which will be codenamed the F15, will get the latest generation of the xDrive all-wheel drive system, along with new engine options.
The 2.0 liter turbocharged diesel engines, used on the 3-Series F30, is expected to make its way under the hood of the new X5, along with other diesel and petrol engines. The X5M model will continue to use a twin turbocharged V8 gasoline unit. The 2014 BMW X5 will weigh approximately 150 kg less to a total of 2,000 kg (4,409 lbs) and it will ride on a new architecture known as “X for All” in-house, which will also be used on the whole BMW X range. The 2014 BMW X5 is expected to debut next year, in Frankfurt.
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