BMW unveiled the all-new 2019 X5 SUV on Tuesday. This is the fourth generation of BMW’s flagship SUV since its debut in back in 1999.

The X5 has been a major success for the Bavarian automaker with more than 2.2 million vehicles sold worldwide during its production run.

The new X5 jumps right into the middle of an ultra competitive mid-size luxury SUV market dominated by heavyweights like the Mercedes-Benz GLE and the Lexus RX.

The new X5’s design remains classic BMW complete with the brand’s signature kidney front grille.

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“The BMW X5 embodies the origins of the BMW X family and, in its fourth generation, sends out its most powerful message yet in terms of presence and modernity,” BMW Group Design senior vice-president Adrian van Hooydonk said in a statement. “It defines a new X design language – robust, clear and precise.”

The new X5 will debut with two engine options. The xDrive40i is powered 335 horsepower, 3 litre, twin-scroll turbocharged inline-six-cylinder engine. While the xDrive50i gets a more powerful 456 horsepower, 4.4 litre, twin-turbocharged V8.

Both engines are hooked up to an eight-speed automatic transmission and BMW’s intelligent xDrive all-wheel-drive system.

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According to BMW, the six-cylinder xDrive40i can hit 60mph (96km/h) in 5.3 seconds with a top speed of as high as 150mph. The V8 xDrive50i can make 0-60mph run in just 4.6 seconds and reach a top speed of 155mph.

The Spartanburg, South Carolina-built X5 will also be available with a slew of tech features including the latest version of BMW’s iDrive infotainment system, a backup assistant that takes over steering while reversing, a pair of 12.3-inch (31.2cm) high-definition digital displays, and active driver’s assistant systems.

Pricing for the 2019 BMW X5 will be announced closer to November this year when it arrives in showrooms.

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This article originally appeared on Business Insider.