The F10 5-series is being spotted daily, and though sporting the same camoflage, the angles and light conditions makes these pics some of the most revealing yet!
I think it looks absolutely stunning in the first photo!
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7Post member alex shares his experience with his brand new BMW 7.
Follow this custom M3 project, featuring a an E93 M3 convertible which was converted from Jerez Black to a custom Mica Orange color. The planned mod list is extensive.
A Xbimmers member sold his 2006 M5 and just picked up its replacement, a White/Black X5M! He’s in love so far and that’s saying a lot coming from a former M5 owner and current Nissan GT-R owner.
Coming on the heels of this morning’s latest revealing F10 5-series spy photos are these pics of the F10′s almost fully uncovered interior!
The guys over at autowereld.com have snagged some new photos of the same black F10 previously caught hiding behind a fenced BMW lot (http://f10.5post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=314317). But now the car is on the roads, and is looking low slung and sleek. The sleekest midsize sedan Ive ever seen to be honest. Expect some more camo to some off next week!
The E93 3-series convertible facelift/LCI test cars continue to be spotted. This M-sport E93 receives new headlights, tail lights, and front and rear bumper designs. Likely introduction will be by spring of 2010.
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.
Due to the efforts of E90post forum members, a stolen 335i has been reunited with its owner. Follow the impressive detective work by forum members inside.
A well produced clip in the style of BMW “The Hire” but using an E92 M3. Gorgeous visuals, audio, and of course girl!
Heres a black F10 5-series with less camoflage and some latest shots of the interior.
The Alpina B7 bi-turbo long wheelbase was shown today at the Tokyo Motor Show.
This is the long wheelbase version of the Alpina B7 shown at the Geneva Auto Show.
The V8 4.4L bi-turbod motor outputs 507hp / 516tq and goes from 0-60 in just 4.8 seconds
Photos from: http://www.autoblog.com/2009/10/21/A…WB-Tokyo-2009/