Tracking changes to tomorrow's cars.
The Future Product Pipeline allows you to stay up to date on current and new brand products, along with changes and other features.
NEXT STAGE: Freshen in 2023
BMW is adding new design details, updated engines and advancements in digital technology to the X5. Deliveries of the freshened crossover will begin in summer 2023 after a debut at the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance in March. Production will start in April at BMW's U.S. factory in Spartanburg, S.C.
The X5 xDrive50e plug-in hybrid receives an improved combustion engine and BMW eDrive technology that bumps horsepower by nearly 100 hp and EV-only driving range by 10 miles.
The X5 M60i xDrive features a newly developed twin-turbo 4.4-liter V-8 engine. The S68 engine produces 523 hp.
The 2024 X5 features a narrower headlight design with arrow-shaped daytime driving light elements pointing outward that double as turn signal indicators.
The 2024 BMW X5 M will be offered exclusively as a Competition model — with a new V-8 engine with 48-volt mild hybrid technology, exterior design updates and the latest generation of BMW's iDrive control system.
NEXT STAGE: New in 2026
The next-generation X5 should arrive in 2026 and be based on the Neue Klasse platform.
|BMW i5 New in 2023||BMW X3 Redesign in 2024||BMW X4 End in 2025?||BMW 8 series Redesign in 2026|
|BMW X5 Freshen in 2023||BMW X2 Redesign in 2024||BMW 2 series Redesign in 2025||BMW iX3 New in 2026?|
|BMW 5 series Redesign in 2023||BMW 4 series Freshen in 2024||BMW 3 series Redesign in 2025||BMW X5 New in 2026|
|BMW X6 Freshen in 2023||BMW i4 Freshen in 2025||BMW 3 series Addition in 2026|
|BMW 2 series Addition in 2023||BMW iX Freshen in 2025|
|BMW Z4 Freshen in 2023|
|BMW X7 Addition in 2023|
|BMW X8 New in 2023|
|BMW XM New in 2023|