BMW reveals its fourth-generation "Sports Activity Vehicle", the 2019 X5. The SUV's overall styling remains familiar though you'll notice some key differences such as the larger, one-piece kidney grille, which also features their active air flaps to enhance efficiency, sharper lines, sculpted surfaces, and an all-new set of front lights and three-dimensional rear lights. It's a cleaner look, but definitely not a total departure from the X5 DNA.
With 2.2 million sold since its debut, the car has some big shoes to fill and they plan to continue this success with a significantly larger body, optional BMW Laserlight with Adaptive LED Headlights, optional 22-inch alloy wheels, and a whole host of engine options such as the xDrive50i's 462 hp V8. It's off-road capability is also getting a bigger focus as it will be the first X model to have an off-road package with two-axle air suspension, front and rear underguards, and a driving mode selector to tailor the car's handling to various terrains.