2014 BMW X5 spied at the Nürburgring, reveals some of its interior

New BMW X5 (X15) has been caught again testing at the Nürburgring. The X5 did there couple of quick laps and showed us little of the new interior, before heading back to the garage.

The X5 pictured here looks to have the same camouflage as on prototypes spied in February near the Arctic Circle.

The styling is quite similar to the new X3, some people have already commented that it looks like X3 on steroids. The new X5 has grown in size, stepping closer to the new Range Rover’s playground. An optional third-row seat is also rumoured.

Engine options will include a wide range of diesel and petrol units. A new hybrid variant is rumoured to use a twin-turbo 3.0-litre and an electric motor for a combined output of 330bhp.

New X5 rides on a new “X for All” platform, which is expected to cut the weight by 150kg compared to the current model.


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