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Old 01-11-2012, 05:51 PM
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Large cars are becoming less popular. And what does BMW? Which allows the X5 to grow. Of course, this also has its reasons, firstly the distance the bigger X3 preserve, but also because it just may, by the latest technology.

The new BMW X5 may have a bit larger than its predecessor, according to our spy photographer who this prototype near BMW's headquarters in Munich captured so he does not have. This information makes us immediately think of a new generation of premium SUVs already risen. For example, we call the Porsche Cayenne and Volkswagen Touareg. Names of both the external dimensions compared to their predecessors, but they know it great to cover up by clever design tricks. Undoubtedly BMW same drawing technique used from the new X5. 7-seater that increase had actually called to the position of the BMW X5 not compromising now the X3 in size quite close to his brother has come to lie. Then, the extra space created within the possible option of two seats on the interior to add. Let 7-seaters are still very popular in the United States, an important market for the X5.

Four-cylinder?
the latest automotive innovations make it possible, even though cars grow, they still lighter, cheaper and cleaner than they used to be. Similarly, the fourth generation BMW X5. Lighter materials are used and more efficient engines and deliver improved performance through refinement. It is expected that the current BMW engine range of the new X5 will be largely unchanged, so it has taken a closer look. Potential newcomer - like BMW dares - the "28i", the four-cylinder turbo engine with 245 horsepower. Realising the potential of the BMW engine does not have to leave. Well, almost certainly the arrival of an ActiveHybrid, if only because there are "hybrid" standing up, is always good as gewetensusser. For when the new BMW X5 exactly on the agenda is uncertain. Sometime in 2013 anyway.




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