New engines will be made available in the X5, while the 3 Series and 4 Series will witness the introduction of a new trim level and BMWs xDrive all-wheel-drive system.

BMW will also add a trio of engines to the X5 range, including the sDrive25d, which is powered by a 215bhp twin-turbocharged four-cylinder diesel. The X5 sDrive25d is the first X5 model to feature a four-cylinder engine as well as being rear-wheel drive only.

The new flagship 313bhp BMW 435d Coupe will now be available with the intelligent xDrive all-wheel-drive system as standard, while 420i and 430d Coupe buyers will be able to spec the XDrive system as an optional extra.

The BMW 3 Series also receives a new all-wheel drive model in the shape of a 335d xDrive touring, which uses the same 313bhp six-cylinder twin-turbocharged diesel engine as the 435d Coupe.