X5 M Competition

BMW
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Power
625hp/459kW
Torque
750Nm/553lbft
0-100 km/h
3.80s
Top Speed
290km/h
  • Standard Equipment
  • Optional Equipment
    Model Year
    2020
    Performance
    Power
    625hp/459kW
    Torque
    750Nm/553lbft
    0-100 km/h
    Top Speed
    290 km/h
    Power/Weight (hp/kg)
    0.26
    Engine
    Cylinder Arrangement
    V8
    Engine Capacity
    4,395 cc
    Num of Turbos
    2
    Power
    625hp/459kW
    Torque
    750Nm/553lbft
    Transmission & Suspension
    Transmission
    8 Speed M Steptronic
    Drive Type
    AWD
    Suspension F.
    5
    Suspension R.
    4
    Air Suspension
    -
    Limited Slip Diff
  • ESP
  • Key Equipment
    360 Degree Cameras
  • Voice Command
  • Dash Cam Recorder
  • Speed Limit Alert
  • Fridge
    -
    Heated Steering Wheel
  • Heated Front Seats
  • Heated Rear Seats
    -
    Front Seat Massage
    -
    Rear Seat Massage
    -
    HUD
  • Night Vision
    -
    Proximity Key
  • Adaptive Cruise
  • Rearview Cam
  • Reverse Radar
  • Panoramic Roof
  • High-Voltage Power
    -
    Rims/Tyres
    Front Rim Size
    21"
    Rear Rim Size
    22"
    Front Tyre Width
    295 mm
    Rear Tyre Width
    315 mm
    Front Tyre Thickness
    35 mm
    Rear Tyre Thickness
    30 mm
    Capacity
    Boot Capacity
    650 L
    Tank Capacity
    83 L
    Weight & Dimensions
    Weight
    2,385 kg
    Towing Weight
    3,000 kg
    Length
    4,938 mm
    Width
    2,218 mm
    Height
    1,748 mm
    Front Track
    1,699 mm
    Rear Track
    1,688 mm
    MPG
    mpg
    -
    L/100 km
    13
    g/km
    296
    Safety Ratings *
    Euro NCAP Rating *
    ★★★★★
    ENCAP-Adult *
    89%
    ENCAP-Child *
    86%
    ENCAP-Pedestrian *
    75%
    ENCAP-Assistance *
    75%
    US Safety Rating *
    ★★★★☆
    US Safety-Frontal Crash *
    ★★★★☆
    US Safety-Side Crash *
    ★★★★★
    US Safety-Rollover *
    ★★★★☆
    IIHS Frontal *
    ★★★★
    IIHS Side *
    ★★★★
    IIHS Roof *
    ★★★★
    IIHS Crash Prevention *
    ★★★☆
    * Safety ratings for vehicles are based on the ratings for the latest generation models tested by various authorities and may not be the latest generation model from manufacturers.
    BMW's History with All-Wheel-Drive
    BMW's History with All-Wheel-Drive
    BMW is famous for producing rear-wheel-drive family saloons with exceptional handling and fun. With BMW premium models including M5 extensively adopting all-wheel-drive, let's look at some mostly ignored history of BMW applying all-wheel-drive technologies to its vehicles, since the mid-80s.

    BMW’s first ever all-wheel-drive production model, the BMW 325i "Allrad", was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) in 1985, which was followed in 1988 by the BMW 325iX touring, both offering superior traction and handling characteristics over slippery and uneven surface. Power was delivered in a ratio of 37 to 63 between the front and rear axles, visco in the transfer box and rear differential can provide virtually rigid connection between the axles to improve traction and stability.

    1985 BMW 325i Allrad
    1985 BMW 325i Allrad

    1988 BMW 325iX Touring
    1988 BMW 325iX Touring

    The first 5 series equipped with all-wheel-drive technolgy was the electronically controlled 1991 BMW 525iX, the multi-plate clutch allowed the default 36 to 64 split ratio of power being adjusted seamlessly according to driving condition. That was followed by the BMW 525iX touring introduced in 1992, with the same technology.

    1991 BMW 525iX
    1991 BMW 525iX

    The 1999 BMW X5 was a sensation. With standard-fit all-wheel drive X5 immediately gathered significant amount of following, and still is among the best products in the SUV segment today. A planetary gear system split the drive power in a ratio of 38:62 between front and rear wheels, while electronic stability control systems such as the DSC, ADB-X and HDC ensured the new X5 was exceptionally sporty.

    1999 BMW X5
    1999 BMW X5

    In 2003, following the success of the X5, BMW introduced a compact SAV the X3, with roughly the same formula, and added the BMW xDrive intelligent all-wheel-drive system. At the time, it was the first system of its kind in the world that proactively monitors the driving situation and automatically adjust driving characteristics of the car dynamically at real-time.

    2003 BMW X3
    2003 BMW X3

    From 2005, BMW started offering model-specific xDrive version Sedan and Touring 3 Series and 5 Series. xDrive BMW 3 Series Coupe followed.

    2005 BMW 330i
    2005 BMW 330i

    2005 BMW 3 Series Touring
    2005 BMW 3 Series Touring

    2005 BMW 5 Series
    2005 BMW 5 Series

    2005 BMW 5 Series Touring
    2005 BMW 5 Series Touring

    The second generation BMW X5 introduced in 2006 debuted the Integrated Chassis Management system (ICM), which integrates all the vehicle dynamics control systems, including xDrive.

    BMW X5
    BMW X5

    In 2007, BMW presented the world’s first Sports Activity Coupe (SAC), the BMW X6 with BMW xDrive intelligent all-wheel-drive system, at the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA). At the same time,
    Dynamic Performance Control (DPC) marked its debut in the premium segment.

    2007 BMW X6
    2007 BMW X6

    2009 saw BMW xDrive intelligent all-wheel drive introduced into the BMW 7 Series, and in 2010, BMW ActiveHybrid X6 combined all-wheel-drive with a hybrid powertrain for the first time.

    BMW launched the first two all-wheel-drive models in the BMW 6 Series in 2012, the BMW 6 Series Coupe and BMW 6 Series Convertible.

    2012 BMW AWD 6 Series
    2012 BMW AWD 6 Series

    The BMW 4 Series introduced in 2013 offered all-wheel drive versions. It was followed in 2014 by the 4 Series Convertible and BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe. 2013 also saw BMW xDrive making its debut in the 1 Series.

    2013 BMW 1 Series
    2013 BMW 1 Series

    In 2014, the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer that combines BMW xDrive with an all-new front-wheel-drive setup was introduced, and the new BMW X4 with xDrive intelligent all-wheel-drive adopted the successful Sports Activity Coupe concept of the X6 into the premium mid-sized segment.

    And from 2014, BMW started speeding up the development of EVs and hybrid vechiles, the electric i8 is equipped with a special form of all-wheel drive that the 2+2-seater sports model’s plug-in hybrid drive system was was paired with an internal combustion engine driving the rear wheels with an electric motor driving the front wheels.

    In 2015, the plug-in-hybrid BMW X5 xDrive40e combined BMW xDrive with BMW eDrive. BMW 225xe was offered in the form of full electrified all-wheel drive.

    2015 BMW X5 M
    2015 BMW X5 M

    BMW X7
    BMW X7

    Today, more than 110 BMW models are offered with BMW xDrive intelligent all-wheel drive, and more than a third of new BMWs sold are xDrive models. BMW's xDrive all-wheel-drive system is biased towards rear-wheel-drive characteristics, offering precise and fun yet stable handling with no torque steer.

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