2023 BMW X5 Facelift Launched At Rs 93.90 Lakh

The BMW X5, a popular mid-size luxury SUV, received a facelift in early 2023 and has now been introduced in the market. The facelifted X5 is available in two variants, offering both petrol and diesel engine options. Here are the complete details, including pricing and features:

BMW X5 Variants Petrol (xDrive40i) Diesel (xDrive30d)
xLine Rs 93.90 lakh Rs 95.90 lakh
M Sport Rs 1.04 crore Rs 1.06 crore

The facelifted X5 comes with a premium of approximately Rs 6 lakh over the previous iteration for the top-spec M Sport variants.

What’s new with the facelifted X5?


The 2023 X5 showcases a revised front fascia featuring vertically-oriented air intakes on the new front bumper. The main grille has been enlarged and now features an illuminating glow, while the sleeker LED headlamps have a new light signature.

At the rear, the notable design change is the redesigned layout for the LED taillamps. The SUV retains the cladding along the bottom edge and prominent rear skid plates, giving it a rugged appeal. The M Sport variant receives blacked-out elements for a sportier look, replacing the silver details.


BMW X5 facelift interior

The most significant change for buyers is the cabin’s interior. The facelifted X5 now adopts the current BMW dashboard, featuring curved integrated dual displays: a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a 14.9-inch infotainment touchscreen. Additionally, there is an ambient lighting bar around the dashboard in the front passenger area.


The updated X5 still offers 3.0-liter turbocharged petrol and diesel engines, now equipped with 48V mild-hybrid technology for increased performance. Here are the powertrain details:

Variant xDrive40i xDrive30d
Engine 3-litre, six-cylinder 3-litre, six-cylinder
Power 381PS 285PS
Torque 520Nm 650Nm
Transmission 8-speed AT 8-speed AT

Features and Equipment:

2023 BMW X5

The BMW X5 facelift retains its feature-rich nature, offering amenities such as a panoramic glass roof, active seat ventilation, electrically adjustable front seats, and a powered split-tailgate in the top variant. The xLine trim comes with Sensafin upholstery, while the M Sport variant offers a choice of brown or white leather upholstery.

Standard features include 21-inch alloy wheels (with different designs depending on the variant), adaptive suspension, and safety features like six airbags, dynamic stability control, hill descent control, tire pressure monitor, ISOFIX child seat mounts, and Active Park Assist.


The facelifted BMW X5 competes against other luxury SUVs in its segment, including the Mercedes-Benz GLE, Volvo XC90, Range Rover Velar, and Audi Q7.

Overall, the 2023 BMW X5 facelift offers updated styling, improved technology in the interior, enhanced powertrains with mild-hybrid technology, and a range of luxurious features, making it a formidable contender in the mid-size luxury SUV segment.

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