News By/Courtesy: Amol Verma | 19 May 2019 0:01am IST

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The new BMW is much larger than its predecessor
  • The car also sports a bigger boot at 645 Litres
  • The cabin also displays the new cockpit with a professional display

The brand new BMW X5 sports a clear gear-selector lever. The fourth-gen sports vehicle was launched by the automobile giant on Thursday. The BMW X5 comes in two diesel models. The new sports vehicle comes at starting price of Rs 72.90 lakh ranging to as hefty as 82.40 lakh. The diesel version of the sports car will be supported by petrol versions later in 2019. The latest version was revealed by the cricketing legend Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar who shared his clicks with the brand new sports car on various social media platforms. As per the reports of Cluster Architecture (CLAR), the new X5 car is much larger than its predecessor. The vehicle producing giant launched the BMW Segment in the year 1999. The BMW X5 has been the best-selling car and has been the most liked among the purchasers.

Hans Christian, the president of BMW Group India is confident that the all-new X5 is for sure going to another addition to the company’s success stories. The car is a perfect mixture of Comfort, Luxury performance and Technology. The sports car also sports four zone Climate control, sufficient lighting, and entertainment screens for the passengers sitting on the backseat and wireless charging facility.

Section Editor: Puja Jakhar | 19 May 2019 0:05am IST


Tags : #BMW #BMWX5 #BMWSportsCar #BMWSportsCarLaunch #BMWX5Launch

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