BMW said it will freshen the meaty middle of its crossover lineup, bringing new design details, updated engines and advancements in digital technology to its X5 and X6 light trucks.
The new models will go on sale this year, debuting at the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance in March and starting production in April at BMW's U.S. factory in Spartanburg, S.C. Deliveries begin in the summer.
The 2024 BMW X5 starts at $66,195 and the sporty X6 coupe begins at $74,895, both including shipping.
The midsize X5 crossover is BMW's workhorse and bestseller in the U.S. The German luxury automaker delivered 82,372 X5s last year.
BMW National Dealer Forum Chairman David Sloane referred to the freshened X5 as a "great update" to the brand's most popular model.
"It is a huge part of our business, and the refresh will bring excitement to an already strong area of the lineup," said Sloane, president of Sloane Automotive Group in suburban Philadelphia.