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


The BMW X Series is unique in its determination and the desire to stand out from the rest – with individual vehicles that carry the typical X gene: Uncompromising with sporty, rugged looks and performance. And all this with the driving dynamics and agility that have always been the hallmarks of BMW.

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An SUV that is just as at home off-road as it is in the city or on the highway: Since 2003, the BMW X3 has shown how you achieve your goals plays an important role. And driving dynamics and the high-quality interior play a decisive role.

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

(BMW E83)

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 is launched here, enabling continuous variable power distribution between the front and rear axles. Another new feature is the beefy and athletic design with the striking front end with bi-xenon lights brushing against the kidney grille. They feature the characteristic parking light rings, making BMW vehicles from this period clearly recognizable from a distance – even in the dark.
A facelift takes place in 2006 which refines the radiator grille, taillights, and front apron. Most of the engines are also reengineered, producing significantly more power with greater efficiency.
Production period: 2003 – 2010
Engines: 2.0 – 3.0 liters (105 – 210 kW, 143 – 286 hp), 4- & 6-cylinder
Length/width/height: 4,565 mm/1,853 mm/1,674 mm


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

(BMW F25)

After six successful years, the completely redesigned successor model is now available. Confident, self-assured, and easy-going – the SUV boasts a whole range of innovations. For example, electronically controlled damping elements that actively adapt to the road surface. Or the Driving Dynamics Control, which adjusts the damping elements, engine’s response, the transmission’s shifting dynamics, as well as the sensitivity of the steering system and ESP to the driver’s wishes. A whole range of driver assistance systems such as a lane departure warning system or a head-up display enables a completely new driving experience without having to sacrifice the usual values of a BMW.
The 2014 model upgrade brings a new headlight design and side turn signals in the exterior mirrors. More chrome, a standard leather steering wheel, and significantly more options for customizing the BMW X3 accentuate the interior.
Production period: 2010 – 2017
Engines: 2.0 – 3.0 liters (105 – 230 kW, 143 – 313 hp), 4- & 6-cylinder
Length/width/height: 4,648 mm/1,881 mm/1,661 mm


BMW X Series BMW X3 G01 third generation side view standing

(BMW G01)

The third generation of the SUV was launched in 2017. Despite its slightly larger dimensions, the developers succeeded in significantly reducing the vehicle’s weight, which benefits agility. The headlights, radiator grille, and taillights emphasize the car’s width at the rear and front. With the wider kidney grille compared with its predecessor and the air inlet openings, the BMW X3 exudes athletic confidence. The muscular exterior hints at the power waiting to be deployed. The driver assistance systems are a pleasure to use in the modern, animated cockpit with gesture control. The model meets premium standards – for example, the vehicle can pass automatically. The sporty design of the chassis, transmission, and engine ensures that driving pleasure is always the key factor. Of course, the X3 is available with BMW xDrive, the intelligent all-wheel drive. And thanks to that, the car is always the right choice – for urban environments as well as all terrains.
Production period: 2017 – today
Engines: 2.0 – 3.0 liters (110 – 210 kW, 150 – 286 hp), 4- & 6-cylinder
Length/width/height: 4,708 – 4,734 mm/1,891 – 1,897 mm/1,667 – 1,676mm


The X-gene meets coupe-like lines – this is how the BMW X4 charmingly combines aesthetics and power. Engines with up to three liters of displacement deliver exactly what the vehicle’s exterior appearance promises.

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

(BMW F26)

In 2014, the time had come: BMW introduced an SUV coupe in the mid-size class. Technically based on the BMW X3, it stands out thanks to its curved roofline, which, together with the double beads, underscores the vehicle’s sporty appearance even from the side. The front and rear also emphasize the vehicle’s width: The flat kidney grille at the front and the sideways elongated headlights and taillights set the appropriate accents.
The wide range of efficient and powerful engines means a BMW X4 performs agilely and dynamically in any situation. The standard all-wheel drive enables unique driving dynamics regardless of the surface conditions.
Production period: 2014 – 2018
Engines: 2.0 – 3.0 liters (135 – 225 kW, 184 – 306 hp), 4- & 6-cylinder
Length/width/height: 4,671 mm/1,881 mm/1,624 mm


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

(BMW G02)

The BMW X4’s sporty elegance is even more evident in the second generation. Sturdy wheelhouses and a wide track combined with the coupe-like roofline emphasize the typical characteristics of an X model: power, supremacy, and sportiness. The narrow LED taillights visually widen the rear end, as does the line raised above the rear fenders. The front is dominated by the two-part kidney grille with narrow LED headlights, which gives the SUV coupe an athletic, dynamic outlook.
The standard intelligent BMW xDrive all-wheel-drive system enables unparalleled driving dynamics in conjunction with the 8-speed automatic transmission, also available in all BMW X4s. Inside, the vehicle now includes larger touchscreens, gesture control, and modern driver assistance systems.
Production period: 2018 – today
Engines: 2.0 – 3.0 liters (135 – 210 kW, 184 – 286 hp), 4- & 6-cylinder
Length/width/height: 4,733 – 4,758 mm/1,918 – 1,938 mm/1,618 – 1,621 mm


With the all-terrain X5, BMW entered new territory in 1999, in the truest sense of the word. Right from the start, the SUV confidently combines grandeur, elegance, and sportiness – and has enjoyed a lead in this segment ever since.

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

(BMW E53)

At the end of 1999, BMW launches nothing less than a revolutionary innovation: The manufacturer’s first off-road vehicle. The Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) with standard all-wheel drive combines exclusivity with sportiness and comfort. A premium-class SUV with the agility typical of BMW, not least thanks to the superb chassis tuning and powerful engines with six or eight cylinders.
The 2003 facelift brings a significantly more striking appearance thanks to the revised kidney grille and clear technical improvements in the form of the new BMW xDrive. Considerably improved traction and faster response means clear advantages in handling and dynamics. From 2004, the BMW X5 4.8is is the most powerful eight-cylinder engine available – it is characterized by 4.8 liters of displacement and an output of 265 kW (360 hp). More than 500,000 units of the E53 model are produced.
Production period: 1999 – 2006
Engines: 3.0 – 4.8 liters (135 – 265 kW, 184 – 360 hp), 6- & 8-cylinder
Length/width/height: 4,667 mm/1,872 – 1,925 mm/1,707 – 1,715 mm


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

(BMW E70)

In 2006, BMW showed how a successful concept can be made even better. The successor to the BMW X5 boasts technical innovations such as Adaptive Drive, which features roll stabilization and actively affects the shock absorbers. Thanks to the revised design, of, for example, the wheelhouses, the car appears sportier and more agile. The headlights have integrated, ring-shaped parking and low-beam headlights, making the vehicle immediately identifiable as a BMW even at dusk and at night. An optional third row of seats now allows up to six additional passengers to be carried if necessary.
In the 2010 model upgrade, the X5 received LED-look headlights and a completely revised range of engines. The driver assistance systems now include Speed Limit Info, an active cruise control system, and Sideview: Cameras on the sides of the vehicle which provide an even better view.
Production period: 2006 – 2013
Engines: 3.0 – 4.8 liters (173 – 300 kW, 235 – 408 hp), 6- & 8-cylinder
Length/width/height: 4,854 mm/1,933 mm/1,739 mm


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

(BMW F15)

The aerodynamic improvements to the third generation of the successful SUV immediately catch the eye. A sophisticated air inlet system in the front apron and a vent behind the front wheels reduce air turbulence in the front wheelhouses. This not only reduces drag but also brings sports car flair to the BMW X5. The harmonious proportions exude sophistication, supremacy, and agility.
The interior exudes elegance with ambient lighting and the use of lavishly crafted, high-quality materials such as double-stitched leather. A revised iDrive touch controller – makes controlling the extensive driver assistance systems a real pleasure. These include cruise control with traffic jam assistant as well as an LED spotlight that illuminates people and animals at night, making them stand out in the dark for the Night Vision system.
Production period: 2013 – 2018
Engines: 2.0 – 4.4 liters (160 – 330 kW, 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


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

(BMW G05)

The significantly increased dimensions and the now one-piece kidney grille with its impressive dimensions show that the BMW X5 has again improved its supremacy and presence. The LED headlights no longer extend to the radiator grille. As an option, they illuminate the road with laser light. The fully digital Live Cockpit Professional forgoes the traditional speedometer and rev counter – making it customizable. Commands can be given via gestures and voice control. Forward-looking driver assistance systems support the driver in dangerous situations, such as when braking.
The BMW X5’s off-road package offers four driving modes for different types of terrain. It enables the perfect driving experience at all times. Efficient, lively engines and an adjustable chassis ensure agility and dynamics.
Production period: 2018 – today
Engines: 2.0 – 4.4 liters (170 – 340 kW, 231 – 462 hp), 4-, 6-, and 8-cylinder
Length/width/height: 4,922 – 4,938 mm/2,004 – 2,015 mm/1,745 – 1,747 mm


Non-conformism and performance in a car whose interior radiates exceptional elegance and luxury: This is the BMW X6, the first SUV coupe from BMW. The design expresses powerful driving dynamics that need not shy away from any comparisons.

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

(BMW E71)

In 2008, a car appeared on the streets that defied classification: Is it a coupe? Is it an SUV? It is neither, although it combines the best qualities of both classes of vehicle. It is a car for individualists who value performance in every aspect: With 6- and 8-cylinder engines, the BMW X6 has plenty of power, perfectly distributed by the Dynamic Performance Control. The DPC, in conjunction with the intelligent xDrive all-wheel drive, increases steering precision, directional stability, and traction because the drive torque can now be continuously distributed to each wheel individually.
The coupe-like sideline gives the car a flat appearance, while the narrow headlights, together with the kidney grille, visually widen the front: The BMW X6 is also a powerhouse in terms of design, a vehicle unlike any other.
In 2012, the appearance was subtly revised as part of a model upgrade. The parking light rings are now available in an LED look. A far greater number of equipment options are available: For example, the hood with powerdome.
Production period: 2008 – 2014
Engines: 3.0 – 4.4 liters (173 – 300 kW, 235 – 408 hp), 6- & 8-cylinder
Length/width/height: 4,876 – 4,877 mm/1,983 mm/1,684 – 1,690 mm


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

(BMW F16)

The successor to the E71 sharpens its independent character significantly. Headlights drawn up to the kidney grille reinforce the impression of width, and the front end has become even steeper. The rear is now also adorned with wider taillights. The double beads on the sides catch the eye. Inside, the vehicle draws you in with high-quality materials, fully redesigned instruments, and color-adjustable ambient lighting. Streaming enables a virtually unlimited selection of music and content.
The redesigned engines deliver more power while increasing efficiency. Together with the standard xDrive all-wheel drive and the 8-speed automatic transmission, they promise dynamic, agile driving.
Production period: 2014 – 2019
Engines: 3.0 – 4.4 liters (190 – 330 kW, 258 – 450 hp), 6- & 8-cylinder
Length/width/height: 4,909 mm/1,989 mm/1,689 – 1,702 mm


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

(BMW G06)

Powerful proportions and expressive design are the hallmarks of the 2019 third-generation BMW X6. The lights are very narrow and very wide at the front and rear. They support the vehicle’s extrovert appearance, as do the large air inlets on the sides and below the kidney grille. With its own lighting and the optional laser light from the headlights, it ensures that the coupe SUV’s individuality remains recognizable, even in the dark. Engines, driver assistance systems, and the standard xDrive all-wheel drive enable unparalleled driving dynamics.
The luxurious equipment includes optional temperature-controlled holders for both hot and cold drinks or the 20-speaker Bowers & Wilkins Diamond Surround Sound System. Driving the BMW X6, you not only reach your destination quickly and safely, but also comfortably.
Production period: 2019 – today
Engines: 2.0 – 3.0 liters (195 – 250 kW, 265 – 340 hp), 4- & 6-cylinder
Length/width/height: 4,935 – 4,948 mm/2,004 – 2,019 mm/1,693 – 1,697 mm


Luxury and grandeur combined with a dynamic driving experience – as a luxury SUV, the BMW X7 sets even higher standards. A seven-seater with agile driving culture, elegant, and with equipment options that leave nothing to be desired: From driver assistance systems to materials and comfort options.

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

(BMW G07)

The largest SUV BMW has ever built has a light and agile appearance thanks to its minimalist design and styling. Sporty, athletic, and confident, it upholds the qualities typical of BMW and redefines them. Thanks to, among other things, double wishbones at the front and a five-link axle at the rear, as well as the xDrive all-wheel drive and the 8-speed automatic transmission, driving comfort and powerful driving dynamics are exceptional in this class.
Inside, the driver receives all relevant information and controls the various functions and premium driver assistance systems via two 12.3-inch screens, while two screens in the rear handle the on-board entertainment. If the passengers look up, their gaze falls on a standard panorama roof that features 15,000 colored light points when it’s dark.
The BMW X7 can be customized in a variety of ways. From Merino leather with contrasting stitching to exclusive metallic paint finishes – no wish is left unfulfilled.
Production period: 2019 – today
Engines: 3.0 – 4.4 liters (195 – 340 kW, 265 – 462 hp), 6- & 8-cylinder
Length/width/height: 5,151 – 5,165 mm/2,000 mm/1,805 mm


The first all-electric BMW SUV combines the familiar strengths of the X3 maximum driving dynamics and premium quality – with the benefits of BMW eDrive: Performance and efficiency. What’s more, the modern and minimalist look is very appealing.

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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 dealerships in early 2021. In the fifth generation of BMW eDrive technology, a powerful 286 hp and a torque of 400 Nm are available from launch. Together with the ingeniously tuned chassis, this ensures unparalleled driving dynamics even on longer journeys: Not least, thanks to the recuperation system, the range (WLTP) is a whopping 450 kilometers / 280 miles.
The interior of the SUV is also impressive: A modern, elegant ambiance meets the animated BMW Live Cockpit and details such as the blue start button. The BMW iX3 feels right at home in both urban surroundings and off-road.
Production period: 2021 – today
Engines: Electric motor (210 kW, 286 hp)
Length/width/height: 4,734 mm/1,891 mm/1,668 mm


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: The vehicle of a new generation.

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

(BMW i20)

Even the front of the BMW iX guarantees a dramatic appearance: The extremely narrow headlights contrast with the vertically positioned, expansive kidney grille, behind which a whole army of sensors is housed. Additionally, there is the clean, consistently aerodynamic design with recessed door handles and a clear design language.
With an impressive range of 600* km / 370* miles (WLTP) and a total output of 370* kW (500* hp) thanks to fifth-generation BMW eDrive technology, the vehicle stands out in technical precision, progress, and everyday practicality.
Inside, the iX continues the familiar BMW qualities such as comfort, sportiness, and innovation in a completely new interior experience. The entirely redesigned iDrive is the logical evolution for simple and natural handling. Information appears on displays curved toward the driver or are projected onto the windshield via a head-up display. Extensive driver assistance systems ensure a comfortable as well as safe driving experience. The BMW iX a forward-looking, all-electric SUV in the premium class.
Production period: from the end of 2021
Engines*: Electric motor (over 370 kW, 500 hp)
Length/width/height*: 4,900 mm/xxx mm/1,700 mm
*expected values

BMW X Series BMW vehicles standing in front of BMW dealer


BMW X Series BMW X4 M Automobiles G02 MP three-quarter front view standing with model


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


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


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


BMW X Series BMW X3 M Automobiles G01 MP three-quarter front view standing


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


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


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


Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

  • BMW X3:
    Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 8.7–2.8
    CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 199–64

    BMW X3 M Automobiles:
    Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 8.7–6.7
    CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 199–176

    BMW X4:
    Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 8.7–5.4
    CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 199–141

    BMW X4 M Automobiles:
    Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 8.7–6.8
    CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 199–179

    BMW X5:
    Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 11.5–2.5
    CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 263–56

    BMW X6:
    Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 11.5–6.8
    CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 263–180

    BMW X7:
    Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 11.6–7.0
    CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 265–186

    BMW iX3:
    Energy consumption in kWh/100km: 17.8–17.5
    Electric range in km: 520–510

    BMW iX(1):
    Energy consumption in kWh/100km: more than 600
    Electric range in km: less than 21

    The values of the vehicles labelled with (1) are preliminary.

    The values of fuel consumptions, CO2 emissions and energy consumptions shown were determined according to the European Regulation (EC) 715/2007 in the version applicable at the time of type approval. The figures refer to a vehicle with basic configuration in Germany and the range shown considers optional equipment and the different size of wheels and tires available on the selected model.

    The CO2 efficiency specifications are determined according to Directive 1999/94/EC and the European Regulation in its current version applicable. The values shown are based on the fuel consumption, CO2 values and energy consumptions according to the NEDC cycle for the classification.
    For further information about the official fuel consumption and the specific CO2 emission of new passenger cars can be taken out of the „handbook of fuel consumption, the CO2 emission and power consumption of new passenger cars“, which is available at all selling points and at