By now, most of you have heard of the BMW X3.
It’s the flagship sedan of BMW Group, the parent company of BMW, Porsche, and Audi, which has been selling BMW vehicles since the mid-1980s.
The BMW X4 is the same name of the previous model, the X5, and is the latest addition to the family.
The X5 has been the subject of numerous leaks since its introduction, but none have ever quite made it to the public eye.
Now, it’s the BMW Group’s latest offering, the first of a series of five X5 models to debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
The new X5 will feature a revised exterior design and a larger, more spacious cabin.
While it retains the standard 3-liter turbocharged inline-six engine and its twin-turbocharged six-speed manual transmission, it also has an eight-speed automatic transmission and a 7,000-pound (4,400kg) rear luggage capacity.
That luggage capacity makes it one of the smallest X5s in its class.
The cabin, though, is still just as spacious as before.
In fact, it is larger than the X3 and the X4.
The new X4’s cabin also has a higher roofline than the current X5.
The seats, however, are taller and wider, giving the X6 a better look.
The top of the X7 has been redesigned and the side panels have been redesigned to increase the X8’s width and height.
The X5 was unveiled earlier this month and will arrive in the United States in early 2019.
BMW has not revealed pricing or a release date for the X series.
The company says the X Series will be available in three trim levels, which are standard, luxury, and premium.
The luxury package will include the all-wheel drive system, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a $7,500 price tag.
The premium trim will be offered with an all-electric drivetrain, a premium audio system, and all-new materials.
Both the premium and luxury models will have a 5.0-liter inline-four engine.
Both models will also have a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
The 2017 BMW X6 has been available since 2015, but it didn’t make its way to the United Kingdom until last year.
The car has an all new design, new interior materials, and new engines.
The exterior of the 2017 BMW Y8 was recently revealed, and the interior of the new BMW X8 will be similar to that of the Y8, which debuted in 2015.
Both the BMW Y6 and the Y6 Premium are available in both sport and luxury trim levels.
Both offer a new all-steel chassis, new styling, and larger, upholstered seating surfaces.
The interior of both the BMW and BMW Y models is upholsted with leather, while the interior on the BMW SUV is upstaged by a leather interior and more legroom.
The Y6 also features a new LED headlamp, a new infotainment system, an illuminated dash, and heated front seats.
Both of these vehicles will arrive with the same seven-speaker audio system as the BMW Z4.
The Y6 will start at $30,400 and the BMW XV7 will start from $34,700.