Petrol and seven-seat X5 options dropped.

BMW has revised its X5 range, which now includes the xDrive 30d Design Pure Experience variant and the xDrive 30d M Sport trim. The X5 M variant, which sits at the top of the range, continues to be sold unchanged.

The Design Pure Experience version costs ₹74.70 lakh, the M Sport costs ₹80.10 lakh, while the X5 M is priced at ₹1.72 crore (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi). The company has stopped selling the 306hp, 3.0-litre xDrive 35i petrol model, the base-spec xDrive 30d Expedition and the Design Pure Experience 5+2 (seven-seater).

The company is planning to bring a slew of cars to India in 2018, which include the 6-series GT, the all-new M5, the BMW i8 Roadster and the third-gen X3.

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