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2012 BMW X5 M50d


BMW ’s dive into the diesel market included not just the M550d xDrive , but the X5 M50d as well. Just like the M550d, the SUV version is powered by the 3.0 liter six-cylinder in-line diesel engine that delivers a total of 381 HP and a peak torque of 546 lb-ft. With this amount of power, the X5 M50d will sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 5.4 seconds, while top speed is limited to 155 mph. Fuel economy has been reported at 37.7 mpg.

Compared to a standard X5, the new M50d will be distinguished by an optimized aerodynamic balance and enhanced driving pleasure. In the space reserved for the fog-lamps, the new model has received new air intakes joined by horizontal bars painted in Ferric Grey metallic paint and race-inspired air-channeling flaps that sit below the side air intakes to optimize the car’s aerodynamic balance at high speeds. The BMW kidney grille features titanium-colored vertical bars, while the exterior mirror caps are painted in Ferric Grey metallic. The car sits on a standard set of 19-inch M light-alloy wheels in V-spoke design, but there are alsooptional 20-inch M light-alloy wheels in Ferric Grey metallic.

The new BMW X5 M50d will go on sale in Germany on June 16, 2012 at a price of 82,300 euro ($106,500 at the current exchange rates).



5 comments:

I’m pretty sure that this new concept of BMW will showcase more features at the Expo. This model has an aerodynamic balance and enhanced driving pleasure. I think this is very convenient to ride on.

I must say that this is the most powerful BMW I’ve ever seen with 3.0 liter cylinder in-line diesel engine, which can deliver a total of 381 horsepower. The interior is very stylish and spacious.

This BMW is very neat on the body paint. When it comes to interior detailing; it’s very spacious and refreshing to look at. It’s a big hooray for BMW.

It’s cute. I want to have that as soon as possible. It’s a lot more spacious and convenient to ride. I would be comfortable with that BMW X5. 

Bring this baby to the USA !!!!!
I thought the X5 Diesel was doing well in sales numbers , no ?

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