Even though most details of 2017 BMW 5 series is still kept in the dark, we managed to find some information regarding the forthcoming BMW 5 Series. The BMW 5 Series will weight lighter than before, and it’s all because of the upcoming 7 series CFRP technology, which is a good thing. Not only that, there’s more to the new series – from designs to the features it offers. So, rather than keeping all of you in suspense, let’s start from the features, okay? The information is right down below.
2017 BMW 5 Series Features
According to the information we’ve gathered, 2017 BMW 5 Series will use the line of modular engines based on the inline three-cylinder — which is 0.5 liters per cylinder. Along with a hybrid version, you will also get a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder, and 3.0-liter, inline-six. However for the first time, expect a 1.5-liter three-pot. 2017 BMW 5 Series are going to be a powerful car – with the strong engine and all. It’s going to be more than 460 horsepower with the exception of M5, unfortunately. But there’s a lot to pick. Alas, it still hasn’t been announced yet whether it’s going to be the new V-8 version or the updated 4.4-liter.
2017 BMW 5 Series Interior & Exterior
2017 BMW 5 series exterior is going to be the updated version of the current exterior, rather than a complete makeover of the whole thing. Though there are still new things you can find if you take a look at the car. For instance, the new headlamp is featured along with the also new taillights – it’s sleeker than before and adjusted well with the chrome surrounding. On the front, there’s a grille layout which you’ve probably seen at the launched Bimmers. Furthermore on the subject, the twin-kidney griller is wider and thinner than before. On the back side, the trunk lid is reshaped and the bumper will also be redesigned.
We don’t know much about the interior design and you can say, it has not been revealed yet but expect a few changes here and there like the new infotainment screen and some new buttons layout – especially for the center stack. It’s probably going to be the rebuilt version of 7 series with a new dashboard and perhaps, BMW is going to add a softer material for the cabin. Let’s just wait in suspense for the new 2017 BMW 5 Series, alright?