With up to 617 horsepower and a buttoned-down chassis to match, BMW’s redesigned super SUV is too much, which is just right.
If you’re going to drive something absurd, why not go all the way and put yourself behind the wheel of one the most colossally irrational vehicles available? If that’s really your thing, look to the redesigned BMW X5 M. It makes hardly any sense at all.
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