It has been a while since we posted some photos of the next generation BMW 5 Series, which will be released in 2010. Our Managing Editor at BMWToday.de has some new shots to share with us, but unfortunately, nothing has changed compare to the previous spy photos we have seen, same heavy camouflage that gives misleading information.
With the car being two years away from the launch, this is not unexpected, but we’re hoping that spring comes, more pre-FEP and FEP will start to show up.
What we know so far?
The 2010 BMW 5 Series is rumored to use the same six cylinder twin-turbo engine found in the 535i model. The high-end model will most likely get the V8 twin-turbo 4.0 liter engine that will power the BMW X6 xDrive50i and it will feature an eight-speed automatic transmission with an all-wheel drive option being available.
I am positive that most of the technology found in the new 7 Series will most likely make its way into the the F10 5er as well, but I do expect some innovative things as well.