Full disclosure: I apologize at the outset if you clicked this post looking for photos of the 2019 X5. I did not take any. It’s nice, but my camera was more interested in the i8 Roadster. And I was more interested in the M2.
At the beginning of the month, Autohaus BMW in St. Louis sent me an invitation to check out the new X5 in exchange for a $1,000 credit toward my next car purchase. So I took my family to look at the SUV.
I hadn’t seen the new X5 before. It’s nice. My wife likes it. It follows the same design cues as the redesigned X3 and looks smaller than the current model.
But I really like the i8 Roadster. I know its not in the league of the cars it competes with at the price point, but in person it really looks incredible. I apologize that I didn’t take photos of the M3s, M4s, M2, and new M5.
BMW also had pancake art for kids, so my toddler had a Unicorn pancake. I thought this was nice and she loved it.
The rear seems really large considering the size of the engine. In person, this rear looks larger than my friend’s rear engined Ferraris.