BMW redesigned the 2014 X5 but looking at the exterior, you won’t find a lot of differences from its previous-generations. Every surface is newly sculpted and every change is an improvement. The profile of the X5 has a rising character line that goes from the front wheel arches and extends all the way to the rear flanks of the SAV. There is a crease that joins this line that is there to make the rear wheel wells look more aggressive and wider.
The inside of the 2014 X5 has all the technology you’d expect from a high-end model and it’s integrated into a stylish and user-friendly cockpit. There is a prominently displayed 10.25-inch central LCD screen that is visible from any seat in the car. On the LCD screen is where you will find all the settings for the iDrive and off-road data that includes body roll and pitch. You can also download BMW Apps and they can be accessed through the screen as well.
There are many more details that the X5 will bring. For more specific details on the X5, check out Autoblog’s X5 first drive. It’s comparatively priced higher but is still the leader of its class and it has never been better. So, what are you waiting for?