Here are the first photos of the heavily covered interior of the F10 5-series. Getting a glimpse of an upcoming models interior always provides good insight into the future design language of other upcoming BMW models.
Notice the new side-by-side placement of the gear selector and i-drive knob in the middle console. It appears to resemble the new X5s console. We also get a peak at the new steering wheel.
An upcoming crossover variant based off of the 3-series has been caught testing again. Its current form is that of a E91 touring body on a raised suspension platform (probably just for testing drivetrain/suspension/etc..), which will no doubt be replaced eventually by the crossovers actual body shell.
Here are the first photos of a facelifted M-tech/M-sport E90 Sedan in Space Gray.
Looks like the rear tailights are LED.
The next 3-series is slated to arrive in 2012 and will likely be under the chassis name F30. Many changes are expected, but some unexpected. German magazine Autobild gives us some of their insights
The BMW 3-series sedan (E90) is set for a facelift later this year and here are some pictures of the nearly unmasked car. It looks to involve a bumper change, a hood change and possibly minor changes to the headlamps
Here is the fully uncovered facelift for the BMW 3-series sedan (E90). Looks like a job well done by BMW!
Wow, stop the presses. Looks like someone at BMW screwed up and let the all new BMW 7-Series get photographed without any body cladding.
a new set of BMW 3-series sedan and wagon (E90 and E91) facelift pictures appeared today. Looks great!
Here are some spy photos of the upcoming BMW X1, the mini SUV.
Palbay does it again, this time a silver X6 is his gift to the BMW community!
Spied in its usual black armor is the new 5-series. Here you can atleast tell the general dimensions, shape and roofline of the car. According to CARmagazine insiders this car will NOT be as radical as the current 5-series was and will be a more flowing car. Im guessing the bodyline will be more inline with the BMWCS concept and be very pleasing to the eye. The overall proportions of the car do reveal very short overhangs for a very sporty look that is missing from the current competition from … CONTINUED
Here is a single profile photo of the upcoming 7-series which shows both the standard 7 and the long wheelbase version.
It is true that over the years, the current 7-series went from ugly duckingling to pioneer, with many industry leaders eventually copying the infamous bangle-butt. But flattery aside, it is evident that BMW will not repeat that design language and is moving into a more flowing type of design.
Many industry reports have already signaled the front end design of the new 7-series will follow the BMW CS design presented in … CONTINUED