Launched online in early June this year, after tons of spy shots and teasers, the fourth-generation 2019 BMW X5 finally made its world premiere appearance on the show floor of the 2018 Paris Motor Show. Internally codenamed G05, the all-new BMW X5 2019 represents a big step forward over the predecessor. The new X5 now grown larger, more luxurious and full of new cutting-edge technology compared to the iterations that came before. In terms of dimension, the BMW X5 2019 is now 36mm longer, 66m wider and 19mm taller than the outgoing X5. The wheelbase of the new X5 is also extended by 42mm to make the car more spacious. As a result, the new crossover now has the luggage capacity of 645 liters and can be extended up to 1,860 liters when the rear seats folded down. Just like car debuted online recently, the X5 in France also owns the sharper, athletic looks thanks to its large kidney grilles as well as a sporty bumper integrated larger air splitters at the front. At the sides, the car looks more sporty with the lines go across the body. Inside, the interior of the midsize luxury crossover BMW is complemented by hi-end materials plus a wide range of advanced technologies including a 12.3-inch display controls many features via click wheel, touch, voice and gesture inputs. Another 12.3-inch screen is also equipped for infotainment and A Bowers & Wilkins stereo with 20 speakers/1,500-watt output is available as an optional feature. In short, the new X5 offers a lot of high-end features that were not available before, promising to increase the competitiveness in the segment and of course bring more sales to BMW. Under the hood, power the car is a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline six giving 335 horsepower and can cover 60 miles per hour in 5.3 seconds (the X5 xDrive 40i). Another option is a 4.4-liter V8 making 456 hp that can reach 60 mph in 4.6 seconds for the X5 xDrive 50i. All engines will be offered with an eight-speed automatic gearbox and all-wheel-drive system. BMW will start delivering the X5 to dealers next month in certain markets, and the U.S in November. The price of 2019 BMW X5 has not yet revealed since BMW decided to keep secret at the moment. Since its first generation introduced in 1999, the BMW has sold more than 2.2 million copies of the X5 worldwide (180,000 of BMW’s 2 million global sales last year), and the introduction of the newcomer will continue to strengthen and expand the sales of the BMW X5.