The all-new BMW 5-Series will make its would debut at the 2017 North American International Auto Show along with the new M Performance, i Performance and plug-in hybrid electric. The all-new BMW 5 Series is slightly longer, wider and taller. It comes with a bevy of new features including adaptive LEDs.
“For the first time, the new BMW 5 Series sedan brings together two traditional BMW design elements which are normally separate from one another. The swage line turns up as it heads rearwards, moving from shadow to light and sweeping up the Hofmeister kink in its path rather than continuing into the rear. This upwards motion lends the car a forward-surging character, and the expressive, swooping surface imbues it with an undeniable muscularity,” said Karim Habib, head of BMW Design.
The M Sport package will be available from launch. It includes the M Aerodynamic kit (front apron with larger air intakes, side skirt trim, a diffusor-style rear apron and an exhaust system with two rectangular tailpipes), Shadowline exterior trim, lowered M Sport suspension and 19-inch M Double-Spoke Wheels with Mixed Performance Run-Flat Tires or all-season Run-Flat Tires. The interior includes a new M Sport leather steering wheel, a SensaTec upholstered dashboard and aluminum pedal covers and footrest, with exclusive floor mats when selecting the option of Black Dakota Leather with contrast Blue stitching and piping. Luxury travel: more freedom of movement, low noise levels.
TFLcar will be covering the all-new BMW 5-series at the 2017 NAIAS. It will hit dealerships February of 2017.