The 2020 BMW X5 M Competition has a 4.4L twin turbo V8 with 460kW (616hp) and 750Nm, rear biased AWD, an 8-speed auto, and 22″ wheels at the rear.
The 2019 BMW i Hydrogen Next concept uses hydrogen fuel cell technology developed with Toyota, and previews a new hydrogen powered X5 due in 2022.
The 2020 BMW X5 Protection VR6 has bullet and explosion resistance, looks like the regular SUV, and is being targeted at South America, Russia and Africa.
The 2020 BMW X5 xDrive45e has a more powerful plug-in powertrain with 290kW (394hp) and 600Nm (443 lb-ft), and a 24kWh battery for 67km (42mi) EV range.
The 2020 BMW X5 Protection VR6 is almost incognito, but can be had with 33mm (1.3″) thick glass, armor plating and blast protection.
The 2020 BMW X5 M50i xDrive has a 4.4L twin turbo V8 with 390kW (523hp) and 750Nm (553 lb-ft), 8-speed auto, AWD, and a 0-100km/h time of 4.3s.
The 2019 BMW X5 xDrive40i xLine is the cheapest trim line, and has a 3L turbo I6 gas engine 250kW (335hp) and 447Nm (330 lb-ft).
The 2019 BMW X5 xDrive30d has a 3L single-turbo diesel I6 with 195kW (261hp) and 620Nm (457 lb-ft), AWD, and an 8-speed auto.
The 2004-2006 BMW X5 4.8is incorporated the 2003 facelift features, including new headlights, as well as the bigger 265kW (355hp) 4.8L V8.
The 2001-2003 BMW X5 4.6is had a 4.6L V8 with 255kW (342hp) and 480Nm (354 lb-ft), 0-100km/h in 6.5s, 20″ wheels, larger brakes, and new bumpers.