Most revealing spy photos of the F10 5-series yet, including closeups of the exact shape of the headlights.
These new photos posted up by CarAdvice down under give us the clearest picture of what the final shape and body of the F10 will look like. The headlights continue to be masked up but if you stare at these pictures long enough you can mentally unmask that part yourself to see what it will look like in final form. The official internet reveal is upon us….
Photoshop guru Jon Sibal takes a crack at rendering the F10 5-series. We’ll know soon if it’s accurate as official pics are expected by Nov. end.
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!
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!!
From Motorauthority: http://www.motorauthority.com/pictur…ry-1#100231338
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!
Make sure to visit carenthusiast.com for the complete set of pictures and article: http://www.carenthusiast.com/news/ar…spy+shots.html
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: