BMW has released full U.S. pricing for all F10 5-series models and options, including M-sport package price and details. See inside for 528i, 535i, 535i xDrive, 550i, and 550i xDrive, options, and package pricing.
BMW has announced the F10 5-series sedan and F11 touring M Sport package available starting this September. There are also new BMW Individual options which will become available for the F10 and F11 5-series this Autumn.
These photos provide the best look yet at the F10 5-series M-sport package, including a clear look at the rear diffuser and different angles of the front M-sport bumper. Thanks to Sequential for the photos.
We bring you the first official photos of the F10 5-series sedan M-sport aero kit! Shown in these photos is the F10 5-series with front M sport bumper, M-sport rear diffuser/bumper, sideskirts, two M-sport wheel options – the 18″ double spoke 350M wheels or the 19″ double spoke 351M wheels, and dark chrome tail pipes finish. The M-sport package may be ordered with seven exterior colors (in Europe), so we expect that there will be additional colors not currently available on the F10.
Inside, the M-sport package comes with sports seats, ///M steering wheel, anthracite roof liner, and special aluminum hexagon trim.
Expect an October release date in the US.
We bring you the first ever sighting (other than those who have already been given a preview) of an F10 5-series with M-sport package! As usual, the F10 5-series Msport package includes a more aggressive revised front bumper, sideskirts, rear bumper, and some seriously nice looking M-sport wheels! As previously reported, the 2011 5-series M-sport is expected to make its debut in October at the Paris Auto Show.
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.
Auto Motor und Sports photogs have been able to snap some more pictures of the red E89 Z4 that were posted up earlier (and of higher resolution). ( http://e89.zpost.com/forums/showthread.php?t=302539 ). Nevertheless these pictures do show the car is a different perspective and makes me appreciate more-so where BMW is going with this design.
The E89 Z4 is now testing at the ring with its Msport body (or performance aero kit) ! This is potentially the 3.5iM, a slightly uprated power version of the standard 3.5i.