Our F10 5-series owner members made a strong showing at this year’s Bimmerfest this past weekend. The F10 has been available for just over a year now, which has given owners plenty of time to customize and modify the car to their own tastes and liking. Check out the gallery of F10s at Bimmerfest inside.
Check out AbsoluteAuto’s jet black F11 5-series touring, one of the best looking modified F11s we have seen yet. Based on the M-sport F11 5-series, they have added BMW performance grilles, a suspension drop, and a set of gorgeous 20″ BBS LM DBK wheels.
Hamann has extended its catalogue of upgrades for the 5-Series by including the touring. Granted, the front pieces are all a direct swap from the Sedan counterpart, but new sideskirts and rear addons should make those touring owners who want a new body kit happy.
3DDesign has officially released their highly anticipated F10 / F11 M-Sport Aero Kit, for M-sport package equipped F10s. The aero kit includes a full host of cosmetic parts, including a Front Lip Spoiler (frp), Front Lip Under Splitters (cf), Roof Spoiler (frp), Trunk Spoiler (frp), Dual / Quad Exhaust Rear Diffuser (cf), and Single-side Exhaust Rear Diffuser (cf).
ARKYM has released their F10 M-Sport AeroSport Package featuring cosmetic components for the factory F10 M-sport kit, including carbon fiber front lip spoiler, carbon fiber rear diffuser, and carbon fiber trunk spoiler.
Using a mix of factory and custom parts, along with some ingenuity, 5POST member andreastrones has put this together this beautifully modified F10 530d. Check out his equally impressive photos inside.
Count me as one of the people who strongly believes that the F10 5-Series comes out of the box with a beautifully sculpted look. The M-Sport and new M5 of course take that sculpted look to the next level.
Now, i’m not against body kits by any stretch, but in my opinion, this new concept from Prior Design takes things in the wrong direction. Their designs rests on the use of the E90/E92 M3 center grill design grafted onto the F10 5-Series bumper with a row of … CONTINUED
Wald International has announced its F10 5-series package, dubbed the F10 Black Bison Edition. As is apparent in the photos, the package gets a cosmetic aero kit which includes a replacement front bumper with aggressive lines and air inlets, and LED DRL, and modified sideskirts. The stock bumper has been replaced by an aggressively styled full replacement rear bumper which surrounds the Porsche-style quad tip exhaust, as well as adding another lower brake light. Bespoke wheels, a unique trunk spoiler and roof spoiler finish off … CONTINUED
Well folks, we’re all done here at the 2011 Geneva auto show and hope you enjoyed the coverage as much as we enjoyed sharing it with our community. Geneva is always an exciting show because of all shows, it’s arguably the largest in the world and always features an unrivaled number of exotics and tuning companies on display. Geneva is also traditionally one of the most important shows for BMW due to its proximity to BMW’s home market and prominence among the auto show circuit events.
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Making its first official public appearance is the full Hamann F10 5-series. The Hamann F10 aero kit seen on this model includes:
* HAMANN FRONT BUMPER UNIT (Including 4 LED-daytime running lights) – Part No. 10 010 105
* HAMANN REAR SPOILER SMALL – Part No. 10 010 131
* HAMANN SIDE SKIRTS
* HAMANN REAR CENTER PANEL (w/ cut out for HAMANN 4 tailpipe rear muffler)
* HAMANN ROOF SPOILER
The F10 5-series appears to be the darling of the BMW tuners this year at Geneva. Kelleners Sport brought only one car to the show – their Kelleners 520d M-sport. At a glance, Kellener’s F10 program features:
· Enhanced performance for petrol and diesel engines
· Comprehensive aerodynamics package creates a sporty appearance
· 20-inch alloy wheels in “Hamburg” and “Berlin” designs
· Interior enhanced with added accessories
Kelleners Sport engineers have unleashed around 20 per cent more engine power for petrol and diesel models. The 520d (the car on … CONTINUED
Renowned BMW tuning house Alpina has brought its latest F10/F11 creations to the Geneva auto show. Both the Alpina F10 sedan and F11 touring boast 507hp / 700Nm torque from the 4.4L V8 twin-turbo motor, mated to a ZF 8 peed sport automatic transmission (“Switch-tronic”). 0-100kmh (62 mph) is accomplished in 4.7 seconds for the F10 B5 and 4.8 seconds for the F11 B5.