2023 BMW X5 Refresh Spied On Video Making Rounds At Nurburgring

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BMW’s popular SAV will most likely get its LCI by the end of this year.

The current-generation BMW X5 has been on the market for a few years now. The G05 variant of the Sports Activity Vehicle, which debuted in 2018 for the 2019 model year, has been a popular nameplate for the German carmaker.

BMW is creating a Life Cycle Impulse (LCI) for the X5 to keep demand for the car alive. The facelifted vehicle has previously been seen testing, shrouded in camouflage on the front and back. The five-seat high-rider was recently spotted at the Nurburgring by YouTube’s CarSpyMedia.

The BMW X5 facelift spotted at the ‘Ring has its front and back fascias covered up, just like the one seen in these spy photos, indicating that the carmaker is giving the model an upgrade in these areas. A slimmer pair of headlights is expected, as well as a restyled bumper. Meanwhile, the grille could be tweaked, though we’re not expecting major substantial changes just yet. Meanwhile, the back end could only get a taillight update due to the severe camouflage.

The multitude of upgrades, on the other hand, will most likely be seen in the cabin to allow for the latest technology, such as BMW’s iDrive 8 and its huge dash-mounted dual-screen display.

Details on the powertrain are scant at this time, but we don’t expect any significant modifications. The twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 that produces 617 horsepower (460 kilowatts) will continue to power the high-performance X5 M Competition.

The X5 M, speaking of the M, has previously been sighted in testing, indicating that the performance variant would also undergo design tweaks.

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The new BMW X5’s release date has yet to be confirmed. However, we anticipate a global unveiling in the second half of the year, just in time for the 2023 model year.

Source: CarSpyMedia via YouTube

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