Cavernous, this is the word that perfectly describes the second-generation X5's interior. Even the spaces created for the various goodies in the dashboard are so generous that these can be used with gloves on. And while this is funny, the word turns to "comfort" when we're talking about the rest of the cabin. The space in the front is generous, but in the back you feel that the X5 is not just spacious, but opulent.
You get the typical combination brought by BMW's SAVs in terms of driving position, which means that you can enjoy both a high point of view and a bit of a sporty feeling.
Moving past the driver's seat. we can't help notice how the X5 has such a generous interior, that it basically invities you into the world of menage-a-trois. Seriously, it has a boot that's so generous and accesible (the tailgate can be splitted and we'd advise you to go for the optional power close) that it could easily cater to the shopping needs of two female friends at a time.
And when you become a serious person, get married and have children, you'll be happy to find out that you can order an optional seven-seat configuration. The all-round visibility is good, but you really have to order at least a rear-view camera if you want to park this SAV without looking like a son that's borrowed his father's car.
The creme de la creme of our car's interior was the M Sport package, which brings a sportier steering wheel which shows the magical letter, which is also found on the door entry sills, as well as on the footrest, aluminum trimming, as well as sport seats.