What is the 2023 BMW X5 release date?

My uncle Dieter recently moved to the U.S. from Dinkelsbühl, and he’s staying with us for now. Sadly, he’s come down with an unfortunate case of German measles, and he’s getting more annoying by the day—organizing and reorganizing everything around the house, making buckets of sauerkraut, pumping Rammstein through Spotify, etc. He’s also asking daily when the 2023 BMW X5 comes out—I think the antibiotics are making him loopy. Jerry, please help—what is the 2023 BMW X5 release date?

Jason Tushinski · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
The 2023
release date is soon! The SUV is expected to be released in the U.S. in the late summer or early fall of 2022.
Here’s some extra X5 intel to share with Dieter about the 2023 BMW X5 as he recovers from his unfortunate bout of German measles.
The Bavarian automaker will release five variants of the X5—one rear-wheel drive version and four all-wheel drive models, one of which is a plug-in hybrid and two are from BMW’s M Sport division:
  • SDrive40i
    : $61,600, RWD, 3.0L inline-6 cylinder engine, 335 hp, 331 lb-ft torque
  • XDrive40i
    : $63,900, AWD, 3.0L inline-6 cylinder engine, 335 hp, 331 lb-ft torque
  • XDrive45e: $65,700, AWD, 3.0L inline-6 cylinder engine + electric motor, 389 hp, 443 lb-ft torque
  • M50i: $85,400, AWD, 4.4L V8 engine, 523 hp, 553 lb-ft torque
  • M
    : $108,900, AWD, 4.4L V8 engine, 523 hp, 553 lb-ft torque
All X5 models will feature 8-speed automatic transmissions. The amount of power varies depending on which variant Dieter can get his hands on, but the base X5 will go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in a quick 5.3 seconds.
The top M trim covers the same ground faster than uncle Dieter can scarf down a bratwurst—just 3.8 seconds. The X5 M also has a top speed of 155 mph.
Bottom line—whichever type of X5 Dieter settles on, be sure he protects his prized automobile with a robust
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