The latest on the new BMW X5, including release date, price and rumours ahead of its Frankfurt Motor Show debut
Update: An all-new version of the BMW X5M mega-SUV is on the way.
Design tweaks over the standard BMW X5 include 20-inch alloys, a more aggressive front bumper, cross-drilled brake discs grabbed by blue calipers and quad exhaust pipes.
Under the skin, the X5M will use the latest version of the BMW M 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8. It features variable valve timing and a higher compression ratio,which should help it to deliver around 570bhp – up from the current car’s 555bhp.