The upcoming X5 M has been spotted running tests again, this time on the familiar proving grounds that is the Nurburgring Nordschleife. It has shed a bit more camouflage since its last outing, as spotted by our spy photographers, revealing what appears to be most of its production bodywork.

The hot X5 appears to further develop upon M Aerodynamics look of the G05 X5, with the front end gaining a larger front bumper air intake and the addition of a pair of smaller inlets at each corner. Here, the front bumper appears to add an extra element on the outer edge at each side.

As revealed in earlier spyshots, the rear end gains a deeper rear bumper relative to the standard model’s, with quad exhaust tips denoting the X5 M’s top-of-the-line status. Here, we also see the tail lamps’ disguise removed, and naturally they resemble those on the mainstream X5.

Rolling stock appears to be similar to the 22-inch items that are available on the regular X5, though the X5 M will certainly pair these to high-performance rubber and an X5 M-specific suspension setup. Ride height is likely to be slightly lower, as well.

Powertrain for the forthcoming X5 M will most likely be from the F90 M5, which produces 600 PS in standard M5 guise and 750 Nm of torque. Transmission to all four wheels as per X5 tradition is likely via an eight-speed automatic gearbox, and thus configured, should grant the new car the ability to go quicker than the 4.2 seconds taken by the old car for the 0-100 km/h sprint.