The BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo will make its North American debut at the South Florida International Auto Show October 23-November 1. Pricing will be announced closer to the on-sale date.
Heres a black F10 5-series with less camoflage and some latest shots of the interior.
Seen here are the most revealing F10 5-series photos yet. The strip tease continues and this test car sports the least camoflage to date. Shes shaping up to be a beauty folks!!
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This color looks like a more deep gold color then Cashmere, but regardless you get the idea. I really hope BMW doesnt decide to launch the car in this color, Ive always hated it This car was spotted by the guys over at carenthusiast.com near Kitzbuhel in Austria. In terms of appearance, the car seems to be wearing almost the same exact amount of camoflague as the other tester cars, the difference being the underlying paint color. Enjoy!
New F10 5-series photos from some hard track testing. These photos give some great new perspectives of the F10 5-series due to their top-down angle:
This car is the first of its type for BMW. The versatility of an SUV combined with the elegance of a sedan. So as AC Schnitzer claim, it was a natural car for them to do their work on. That or the fact that ACS (or any tuner for that matter) has the potential to hit a homerun with the GT. It is a car that after all has the potential to look great with just a few touchups, the first and … CONTINUED
Photographer Mario-Roman Lambrecht has posted up his work in shooting the 5er GT while on scene at Lisbon. Visit Mr. Lambrechts page for the complete set of photos:
Here is the latest rendering of the BMW 5-Series due to be unveiled at the Geneva show. This rendering is inline with what the majority of automotive pundits think the car will look like. This rendering is interesting in that it seriously tackles not only the front end but the side profile view of the car as well.
Here’s another round of F10 5-series sighting, and some fresh pics. Although no less camoflage on this car, the rear lighting elements can be seen clearly, as well as the general shape and lines of the F10′s rear.
Well, to be honest, I didnt understand a word of this review. Its just not my language. I dont even know if they liked it or hated it. The body language of the presenter (along with the music) makes me think that the reviewer in the end found the car to be lacking in some facet.
But the video is of high quality, certainly shows the car from some very interesting angles and gets some great shots of the … CONTINUED
Seen here is the next gen Alpina B5 already in testing. That Alpina already has a F10 5-series to work with shows the close relationship that the Germany manufacturer/tuner continues to have with BMW. This continues a trend of Alpina having access to still-in-development BMWs prior to the models debut. We most recently saw the Alpina B7 in development prior to its introduction.
Motor Trend discusses some of the technology highlights behind the upcoming 5-series Gran Turismo “GT”, including the engine, 8 speed tranny, brake re-gen, active steering, LED lighting.