BMW X Series BMW X vehicles on parking deck in front of buildings

A SHORT HISTORY OF THE BMW X SERIES.

A SHORT HISTORY OF THE BMW X SERIES.

THE BMW X1.

Whether in the city, in the mountains, or at the beach – the BMW X1 is at home everywhere and a sleek, supreme companion for every occasion. It’s no surprise that this compact SUV was the best-selling BMW worldwide in 2018.

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THE FIRST GENERATION.
(BMW E84)

BMW X Series BMW X1 E84 first generation three-quarter front view on the street

When it was launched in 2009, the BMW X1 quickly became the leading compact SUV in the premium segment. Robust versatility sets the vehicle apart. Sports tuning with the intelligent BMW xDrive all-wheel drive takes performance to an exciting level. This ensured driving pleasure at all times. The design was powerful and athletic. The high-quality interior was accentuated with a stylish interior trim and stainless steel inserts.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 2009 – 2015

Engines: 2.0 – 3.0 litres (116 – 306 hp), 4 & 6-cylinder

Length/width/height: 4,454 mm/1,798 mm/1,545 mm

 

THE SECOND GENERATION.
(BMW F48)

BMW X Series BMW X1 F48 second generation three-quarter side view standing in front of a city

The second-generation BMW X1 has a more dynamic and sporty appearance than its predecessor. Launched in 2015, it’s distinguished by innovative technologies, such as an optional head-up display. A new range of turbocharged diesel and petrol engines give both efficiency and sportiness. Since March 2020, the BMW X1 has also been available as a plug-in hybrid; and in addition to the agile BMW xDrive, it is now available with front-wheel drive. In 2019, its striking looks were upgraded with a more prominent kidney grille and wider air inlets on the front apron.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 2015 – today

Engines: 1.5 – 2.0 litres (136 – 231 hp), 3 & 4-cylinder

Length/width/height: 4,439 – 4,447 mm/1,821 mm/1,582 – 1,612 mm

THE BMW X2.

The BMW X2’s sporty, distinctive character and agile performance is impressive. The coupé styling is matched by a high-quality interior and many ingenious technical details that underscore its modern appearance.

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THE FIRST GENERATION.
(BMW F39)

BMW X Series BMW X2 F39 first generation three-quarter front view on the street

First presented in 2016 as a concept car based on the X1, the X2’s expressive design, with its kidney grille widening towards the bottom, and technological brilliance is a sure sign of its extroverted character. Modern turbo engines, in combination with the Steptronic transmissions, ensure lively thrust in all conditions. In line with its modern appeal, it also comes available as a BMW X2 plug-in hybrid model. With the optional BMW xDrive all-wheel drive, this SUV coupé feels at home almost anywhere. What’s more, the BMW logos on the C-pillar are reminiscent of legendary BMW models such as the 2000 CS and the 3.0 CSL.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 2018 – today

Engines: 1.5 – 2.0 litres (136 – 306 hp), 3 & 4-cylinder

Length/width/height: 4,360 mm/1,824 mm/1,512 – 1,526 mm

THE BMW X3.

Since 2003, the BMW X3 has shown how driving dynamics and a high-quality interior play a decisive role in every journey.

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THE FIRST GENERATION.
(BMW E83)

BMW X Series BMW X3 E83 first generation three-quarter front view driving on the street

Virtually unrivaled, the BMW X3 was unveiled at the 60th International Motor Show (IAA) in Germany in 2003. The new intelligent BMW xDrive all-wheel drive was launched here. Another new feature was the solid, athletic design with striking bi-xenon lights brushing against the kidney grille. Combined with the parking light rings, they would make BMW vehicles from this period unmistakable – even in the dark. In 2006, amongst other developments, the radiator grille, taillights, and front apron were refined.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 2003 – 2010

Engines: 2.0 – 3.0 litres (143 – 286 hp), 4 & 6-cylinder

Length/width/height: 4,565 mm/1,853 mm/1,674 mm

THE SECOND GENERATION.
(BMW F25)

BMW X Series BMW X3 F25 second generation three-quarter rear view driving on the street

After six successful years, a completely redesigned successor was launched. The range came with remarkable innovations, such as electronically controlled damping elements and Driving Dynamics Control. A whole range of driver assistance systems such as a lane departure warning system or a head-up display were also revealed. The 2014 model upgrade included a new headlight design, side turn signals in the exterior mirrors, plus chrome detailing, a standard leather steering wheel, and more options for customising.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 2010 – 2017

Engines: 2.0 – 3.0 litres (143 – 313 hp), 4 & 6-cylinder

Length/width/height: 4,648 mm/1,881 mm/1,661 mm

THE THIRD GENERATION.
(BMW G01)

BMW X Series BMW X3 G01 third generation side view standing

The third generation of the X3 was launched in 2017. Despite its slightly larger dimensions, BMW succeeded in significantly reducing the vehicle’s weight, which benefits agility. The headlights, radiator grille, and taillights emphasise width, while the wider kidney grille and air inlet openings show athletic confidence. The driver assistance systems are modern, featuring an animated cockpit with gesture control. And of course, the X3 is available with BMW xDrive, the intelligent all-wheel drive system, and also as a BMW X3 plug-in hybrid model.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 2017 – today

Engines: 2.0 – 3.0 litres (184 – 360 hp), 4 & 6-cylinder

Length/width/height: 4,708 – 4,734 mm/1,891 – 1,897 mm/1,667 – 1,676mm

THE BMW X4.

With X-genes combined with coupé-like lines – the BMW X4 charmingly matches aesthetics with power. Powerful engines, which come available with up to three litres of capacity, deliver exactly what you expect of a BMW SUV.

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THE FIRST GENERATION.
(BMW F26)

BMW X Series BMW X4 F26 first generation three-quarter front view driving

In 2014, BMW introduced an SUV coupé in the mid-size class. Technically based on the BMW X3, it stood out with a curved roofline and sporty appearance. The flat kidney grille at the front and the elongated headlights and taillights gave a new sense of flair. The wide range of efficient and powerful engines meant the BMW X4 performed dynamically in any situation. The standard xDrive all-wheel drive enabled unique driving dynamics regardless of the surface conditions.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 2014 – 2018

Engines: 2.0 – 3.0 litres (184 – 306 hp), 4 & 6-cylinder

Length/width/height: 4,671 mm/1,881 mm/1,624 mm

THE SECOND GENERATION.
(BMW G02)

BMW X Series BMW X4 G02 second generation three-quarter side view driving on the street

The BMW X4’s sporty elegance is more pronounced in the second generation. Sturdy wheelhouses and a wide track combined with the coupé-like roofline emphasise the typical X model characteristics. The front is dominated by the two-part kidney grille with narrow LED headlights, which gives the SUV coupé an athletic outlook. The standard intelligent BMW xDrive all-wheel-drive system is combined with the standard 8-speed automatic transmission. The vehicle also has larger touchscreens, gesture control, and modern driver assistance systems.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 2018 – today

Engines: 2.0 – 3.0 litres (184 – 360 hp), 4 & 6-cylinder

Length/width/height: 4,733 – 4,758 mm/1,918 – 1,938 mm/1,618 – 1,621 mm

THE BMW X5.

With the all-terrain X5, BMW entered new territory in 1999. The SUV confidently pioneered grandeur, elegance, and sportiness – and has enjoyed a lead in this segment ever since.

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THE FIRST GENERATION.
(BMW E53)

BMW X Series BMW X5 E53 first generation three-quarter front view driving on the street

At the end of 1999, BMW launched its first off-road vehicle: the Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) with standard all-wheel drive. It was a new premium-class SUV, boasting superb chassis tuning and powerful engines with six or eight cylinders. In 2003 an upgrade with a more striking appearance featured a revised kidney grille and clear technical improvements in the form of the new BMW xDrive. From 2004, the BMW X5 4.8is became the most powerful eight-cylinder engine available – it was characterised by 4.8 litres of displacement and an output of 360 hp. More than 500,000 units of the E53 model were produced.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 1999 – 2006

Engines: 3.0 – 4.8 litres (184 – 360 hp), 6 & 8-cylinder

Length/width/height: 4,667 mm/1,872 – 1,925 mm/1,707 – 1,715 mm

THE SECOND GENERATION.
(BMW E70)

BMW X Series BMW X5 E70 second generation side view driving on the street

In 2006, BMW pushed the BMW X5 with technical innovations such as Adaptive Drive. Revised designs made the X5 appear sportier and more agile. The headlights integrated ring-shaped parking and low-beam headlights, making the vehicle immediately identifiable as a BMW. Plus, an optional third row of seats now allowed up to six additional passengers, making the X5 a genuine 7-seater.

In 2010, the X5 received LED-look headlight, a completely revised range of engines, and new driver assistance systems now including Speed Limit Info, active cruise control system and side view cameras.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 2006 – 2013

Engines: 3.0 – 4.8 litres (235 – 408 hp), 6 & 8-cylinder

Length/width/height: 4,854 mm/1,933 mm/1,739 mm

THE THIRD GENERATION.
(BMW F15)

BMW X Series BMW X5 F15 third generation three-quarter front view driving

The third generation X5 is all about aerodynamic improvements, and so much more. A sophisticated air inlet system in the front apron and a vent behind the front wheels reduced air turbulence in the front wheelhouses. This not only reduced drag but also delivered sports car flair. The interior exuded elegance with ambient lighting and high-quality materials such as double-stitched leather. A revised iDrive touch controller made controlling the extensive driver assistance systems, such as cruise control with traffic jam assistant, a real pleasure.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 2013 – 2018

Engines: 2.0 – 4.4 litres (218 – 450 hp), 4, 6 and 8-cylinder

Length/width/height: 4,880 – 4,886 mm/1,938 – 1,985 mm/1,717 – 1,762 mm

THE FOURTH GENERATION.
(BMW G05)

BMW X Series BMW X5 G05 fourth generation three-quarter rear view standing in front of a building

Increased dimensions and a new one-piece kidney grille gives the latest BMW X5 improved supremacy and presence. The LED headlights no longer extend to the radiator grille; as an option, they are available as laser lights. A fully digital Live Cockpit Professional replaces the traditional speedometer and rev counter – making it customisable for driving modes. What’s more, commands are now able to be given via gestures and voice control. The BMW X5’s off-road package offers four driving modes for different types of terrain. And for those looking for a more electric driving mode, there is also the BMW X5 plug-in hybrid model.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 2018 – today

Engines: 2.0 – 4.4 litres (286 – 530 hp), 6 and 8-cylinder

Length/width/height: 4,922 – 4,938 mm/2,004 – 2,015 mm/1,745 – 1,747 mm

THE BMW X6.

The BMW X6 is the first SUV coupé from BMW. The design expresses powerful driving dynamics that need not shy away from any comparisons.

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THE FIRST GENERATION.
(BMW E71)

BMW X Series BMW X6 E71 first generation three-quarter side view standing in front of a building

In 2008, with 6 and 8-cylinder engines, the BMW X6 launched a new powerhouse of performance. The Dynamic Performance Control (DPC), in conjunction with the intelligent xDrive all-wheel drive, increased steering precision, directional stability, and traction for superior driving. The coupé-like side profile gave the car a flat appearance, while the narrow headlights, together with the kidney grille, visually widened the front. In 2012, the X6 look evolved with parking light rings in an LED look, plus many more optional upgrades.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 2008 – 2014

Engines: 3.0 – 4.4 litres (235 – 408 hp), 6 & 8-cylinder

Length/width/height: 4,876 – 4,877 mm/1,983 mm/1,684 – 1,690 mm

THE SECOND GENERATION.
(BMW F16)

BMW X Series BMW X6 F16 second generation three-quarter front view driving

The successor to the E71 sharpened its character with headlights drawn up to the kidney grille, an even steeper front end and a rear that was adorned with wider tail lights. Inside, the X6 had high-quality materials, fully redesigned instruments, and colour-adjustable ambient lighting. Streaming enabled a virtually unlimited selection of music and content.

Redesigned engines with the standard xDrive all-wheel drive and the 8-speed automatic transmission gave the X6 amazing dynamics and agile driving.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 2014 – 2019

Engines: 3.0 – 4.4 litres (258 – 450 hp), 6 & 8-cylinder

Length/width/height: 4,909 mm/1,989 mm/1,689 – 1,702 mm

THE THIRD GENERATION.
(BMW G06)

BMW X Series BMW X6 G06 third generation three-quarter side view standing

Powerful proportions and expressive design are the hallmarks of the 2019 third-generation BMW X6. The lights are narrow and very wide at the front and rear, which are complemented by large air inlets on the sides and below the kidney grille. Engines, driver assistance systems, and the standard xDrive all-wheel drive enable unparalleled driving dynamics. The luxurious equipment includes optional temperature-controlled holders for hot and cold drinks, and a 20-speaker Bowers & Wilkins Diamond Surround Sound System.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 2019 – today

Engines: 2.0 – 3.0 litres (265 – 530 hp), 4 & 6-cylinder

Length/width/height: 4,935 – 4,948 mm/2,004 – 2,019 mm/1,693 – 1,697 mm

THE BMW X7.

Launched as a luxury SUV, the BMW X7 sets new standards in grandeur. It is an elegant seven-seater with an ultra modern driving experience, and also offers a suite of optional extras, from driver assistance systems to high-quality materials and comfort accessories.

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THE FIRST GENERATION.
(BMW G07)

BMW X Series BMW X7 G07 first generation three-quarter front view standing

Representing the largest SUV BMW has ever built, the X7 is a minimal and stylish statement. Thanks to, among other things, BMW xDrive all-wheel drive and the 8-speed automatic transmission, the driving comfort is exceptional. Inside, the driver has premium driver assistance systems via two 12.3-inch screens, while two optional-screens in the rear handle the on-board entertainment. And if passengers look up, their gaze falls on a standard panoramic roof. Premium optional extras include a Bowers and Wilkins Diamond Surround Sound audio system, exclusive metallic paint finishes and more.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 2019 – today

Engines: 3.0 – 4.4 litres (265 – 530 hp), 6 & 8-cylinder

Length/width/height: 5,151 – 5,165 mm/2,000 mm/1,805 mm

THE BMW iX3.

The first all-electric BMW SUV combines the familiar strengths of the X3, which are maximum driving dynamics and premium quality, with the performance and efficiency that come with BMW eDrive.

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THE FIRST GENERATION.
(BMW G08 BEV)

BMW X Series BMW iX3 G08 first generation three-quarter side view standing

Introduced as a concept car in April 2018, the electric version of the BMW X3 arrives at BMW Centres in 2021. From launch, it boasts fifth generation BMW eDrive technology, a powerful 286 hp and torque of 400 Nm. An ingeniously tuned chassis ensures unparalleled driving dynamics, even on longer journeys. The enhanced recuperation system allows for an impressive range (WLTP) of 280* miles. The interior of the SUV is modern; an elegant ambiance meets the animated BMW Live Cockpit and stylish details such as the blue start button.

 

DETAILS:

Production: 2021 – today

Engines: Electric motor (286 hp)

Length/width/height: 4,734 mm/1,891 mm/1,668 mm

 

*Subject to driving conditions: the starting charge of the battery, accessories fitted (post registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. They were obtained after the battery had been fully charged.

THE BMW iX.

The first all-electric SUV from BMW with all-wheel drive – the BMW iX offers luxury and refined minimalism, combined with cutting-edge engine technology. Maximum comfort meets monolithic design and a unique sense of spaciousness. Discover the vehicle of a new generation.

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THE FIRST GENERATION.
(BMW i20)

BMW X Series BMW iX I20 first generation three-quarter side view standing

The BMW iX impresses from every angle. This can’t be overstated at the front, where extremely narrow headlights contrast with the expansive kidney grille, behind which a whole army of sensors is housed. With an impressive range of up to 370* miles (WLTP) and a total output of up to 500* hp thanks to fifth-generation BMW eDrive technology, the vehicle stands out in technical precision, progress, and everyday practicality. Inside, the iX has an entirely redesigned iDrive. Information appears on displays curved toward the driver or are projected onto the windscreen via a head-up display. Extensive driver assistance systems ensure a comfortable as well as safe driving experience.

 

DETAILS:

Production: from the end of 2021

Engines*: Electric motor (Over 300 to 500 hp)

Length/width/height*: 4,900 mm/xxx mm/1,700 mm

 

*Provisional, not yet confirmed data, subject to change without notice.

BMW X Series BMW X1 F48 three-quarter front view driving on the street

BMW X1.

BMW X Series BMW X5 G05 three-quarter side view standing

BMW X5.

BMW X Series BMW iX3 G08 bird’s-eye view with model

BMW iX3.

BMW X Series BMW X2 F39 front view standing

BMW X2.

BMW X Series BMW X6 G06 three-quarter side view standing with model

BMW X6.

BMW X Series BMW vehicles standing in front of BMW dealer

BMW APPROVED USED CARS.

BMW X Series BMW X3 G01 three-quarter front view driving on the street

BMW X3.

BMW X Series BMW X7 G07 three-quarter front view standing

BMW X7.

BMW X Series BMW X4 G02 three-quarter rear view driving on the street

BMW X4.

BMW X Series BMW iX I20 three-quarter side view standing with model

BMW iX.