Leak Week at the BMW Welt continues today with a new episode. The 2024 BMW X5 facelift is said to have leaked on Instagram. According to the post, the two images show part of the front and rear end of the BMW X5 LCI. As you can imagine, the changes are very minor. See photo at the end of this article.
minimal design changes
However, this is on par with the recent BMW LCI treatment, so it’s not too surprising that the 2024 BMW X5 facelift looks basically the same as the car it replaced. However, the headlights are now slimmer and sportier than before and look a little more modern. You can also see the illuminated grill. Of course, this is not the M Sport package. As for the tail lights, they also feature 3D geometry with new internal graphics. Also on the outer edge he has two hockey stick elements. The design of the rear bumper does not appear to have changed. As you might expect, the kidney grille retains the same shape and size as the current model.
New BMW X5 50e and X5 M60i
The 2024 BMW X5 is available in sDrive (rear-wheel drive) and xDrive (all-wheel drive) configurations, with a choice of three different engines in the US.The standard X5 remains in BMW X5 xDrive40i trim and has the same turbocharger B58 in-line 6-cylinder engineThe output will increase measurably. The current He X7 xDrive40i He is expected to see similar figures with 375 horsepower and 398 lb-ft of torque.
hybrid model of BMW X5 xDrive45e It gets a big power boost and a new name: BMW X5 xDrive50e. The combined output of the turbocharged six-cylinder engine and electric motor is expected to be 480 horsepower. As expected, M Performance’s top model, the BMW X5 M50i, will become his BMW X5 M60i for model year 2024. Changes made to X7expect . S68 M engine producing the same 530 hp as the X7 M60i.
There are no leaked images of the interior design, but we already know what to expect.The 2024 BMW X5 will mimic the rest of the BMW lineup, idrive 8 And an impressive curved display. Expect to see some of the same Sensafin and leather options added.
It’s unclear where these leaked images came from, but we bet on the Brussels Auto Show, where BMW hosted a behind-closed-doors event. An official announcement is rumored to take place on his February 8th, so we’re just a few days away from the first official specs and photos.