Obviously, xDrive four-wheel drive is standard on all versions of this X5, this being doubled by the presence of packages like DTC (Dynamic Traction Control) or DSC (Dynamic Stability Control), the latter containing an army of systems that help to run securely on any surface.
Through these we find also the ABS (the system that prevents wheels from locking the brakes), ASC (Automatic Stability Control), HDC (Hill Descent Control), ADB (Automatic Differential Brake), DBC (Dynamic Brake Control) and CBC (Cornering Brake Control). In addition, the system includes brake drying in wet conditions, assisting at departure from ramp, offset brake force and standard cruise control system with brake function.
At multimedia’s chapter, the new BMW X5 presents both the latest version of the already famous iDrive package, and also the ConnectedDrive system, which is intended to assist the driver at any time of running. This package contains adaptive cruise control, a signaling system of leaving the road of visual signaling and vibration in the steering wheel and especially the new Side View system, which operates a pair of cameras through the driver check the distance to the side obstacles when the car is running through a tight place.