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BMW India has silently introduced a new 'SportX' variant to its X5 SUV lineup in the country. The new BMW X5 xDrive 30d SportX is the brand's latest entry-level model, replacing the outgoing 'xDrive 30d Sport' trim. The new BMW X5 SportX trim is priced slightly higher at Rs 74.90 lakh, ex-showroom (India).
The 2020 BMW X5 is now offered in three variants: xDrive 30d SportX, xDrive 30d xLine and xDrive 40i M Sport. The BMW X5 SportX and the xLine variants are both offered with the same diesel engine, producing the identical power and torque figures.
This comes in the form of a 3.0-litre six-cylinder unit churning out 265bhp at 4000rpm and 620Nm of peak torque at 1500rpm. The engine is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
There is also a petrol engine offered on the BMW X5, however, this is limited to the SUV's top-spec xDrive 40i M Sport model. This engine comes in the form of a 3.0-litre twin-turbo petrol unit producing 340bhp at 5500rpm and 450Nm of torque at 1500rpm, mated to the same eight-speed automatic gearbox. All three variants come with BMW's xDrive technology, sending power to all four wheels.
Coming back to the new entry-level X5 SportX, the variant comes with a host of features and equipment. This includes LED headlamps, ambient lighting, sports seats, automatic tailgate, 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, gesture control, 19-inch alloy wheels, park assist, and a 10-speaker audio system; among others.
Safety features on offer with the BMW X5 SportX include multiple airbags, ABS, cornering brake control, dynamic stability control, traction control, attentiveness assistance, side-impact protection, electric parking brake with auto-hold, hill descent control and others.
However, being an entry-level trim there are certain features, which the SportX misses out on compared to the mid-spec xLine variant. This includes the optional Laser LED headlamps, paddle-shifters, BMW display key, 16-speaker Harmon Kardon system, 360-degree camera, wireless charging and 20-inch alloy wheels, to name a few.
The new BMW X5 xDrive SportX variant is offered in a range of three paint schemes: Black Sapphire, Phytonic Blue and Mineral White.
Thoughts On The New BMW X5 SportX Variant Launch In India
BMW has silently been updating its model lineup in the Indian market over the past few days, with the new ‘X5 SportX' trim being the latest. Recently, BMW also introduced a new variant on its flagship X7 SUV as well. The BMW X5 SUV rivals the likes of the Mercedes-Benz GLE and the Audi Q5 in the Indian market.