2014 BMW X5 shows off its interior design

Spy Photos | May 3rd, 2013 by 9
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The next generation 2014 BMW X5 was spotted with its interior design fully uncovered. The X5 is just weeks away from its official world debut …

The next generation 2014 BMW X5 was spotted with its interior design fully uncovered. The X5 is just weeks away from its official world debut and for the first time in a long time we have a chance to see both the final exterior and interior design way ahead of its premiere.

Back in January, the F15 was leaked through a web configurator most likely used by one of BMW’s branding and marketing agencies.

As seen in the new F30 3 Series, the dashboard design follows the layered design approach showcased back in 2009 with the Vision EfficientDynamics Concept. The car gets a driver-focus design, a BMW trait seen across all recent models. The move from a flat dashboard to one that wraps around the driver, gives the car both a more personal feel and a sportier stance.

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On top of the dashboard sits a free-standing LCD screen compared to the one built-in into the current generation. The new F15 X5 is also rumored to get BMW’s newest iTouch Drive knob which allows for gestures to input commands or text.

Inside, the customers will have a choice between Black Leatherette and Black Dakota Leather, Canberra Beige Dakota, Terra Dakota, Ivory White Dakota and Mocha Dakota with contrast stitching.

First introduced with the new 1 and 3 Series models, pre-configured packages / lines will be offered for the X5 as well, starting with the Luxury Line (ZLL), xLine (ZXD) and ending with the M Sport Package. The Luxury Line and xLine will also come with exclusive Line-specific 19″ wheel (optional upgrade to 20“ wheels) and a unique car key.
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9 responses to “2014 BMW X5 shows off its interior design”

  1. auaq says:

    A little element of the E65 interior, I see! Need to see it closer.

  2. Giom says:

    Oozes class and style! Think it’s going to be very nice!

  3. Mateo says:

    hm.. looks pretty ordinary.

    i was expecting 100% new ideas for MAIN SUV in range since x6 will just be a copy

  4. viper says:

    nice , but don’t expect inovative designs from bmw , they almost always play it safe , however in my opinion they need a new flagship suv placed above the x6 , almost everything below the x3 is nonsense , hearing the audi will make q8 and a9 ain’t surprising for me , they aim high for sure.

  5. James Schappet says:

    Is it just me or does the NAV Screen look like an afterthought? If it dropped down out of the way or was detachable fine. But right now it looks crappy, same thing in the 3.

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