BMW PAS Spied Again

Spy Photos | October 17th, 2008 by 6

With the abundancef o BMW Z4 photos in the past few days, we forgot about the other BMW’s concept, that will be unveiled within the …

BMW PAS Spied Again

With the abundancef o BMW Z4 photos in the past few days, we forgot about the other BMW’s concept, that will be unveiled within the next few months: BMW PAS, short for Progressive Activity Sedan.

The five door crossover, as we heard recently, the BMW PAS will be marketed as a model between the 2010 BMW 5 Series and the 7 Series, of course, importing many design cues from the recently revealed BMW 7 Series.

Pricing will be set accordingly, which will make it a quite expensive model. As far as the engine options, the usual suspects will most likely make its way into the engine lineup: the award winning 3.0 liter twin-turbo, along with its diesel counterpart, and a V8 engine(no details on that yet).

What’s new in these photos? Well, not a whole lot, but compared to the previous shots, the taillights are revealed a little more, an L-Shape, pretty large in size. We also know that it will be longer than the X6, measuring around 192.91 inch.

Now, I’m wondering if bellow the rear roof camouflage is hidding a coupeish design similar to the X6.

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BMW PAS Spied Again

BMW PAS Spied Again

BMW PAS Spied Again

  • Adam

    Hmm, it looks like a hatchback sedan, a bit like the Saab 9000. This would be interesting, since there’s very little on the market (in the states at least) like that. I believe the Mazda 6 hatchback (which they’ve just discontinued) was perhaps the only one. We have a few small hatchbacks, like the Volvo C30 and Toyota Matrix, but nothing large like this.

  • Gragop

    welcome to the new Porsche Panamera@

    …I mean…BMW PAS…

  • Gil

    I kinda don’t understand this PAS vehicle….. maybe that’s just me… lol.

  • Kenny

    Is this going to replace the 5 Series Wagon or is it an additional model on top of that? Cuz it looks like a 5 Series Wagon.

  • Gragop

    @Kenny:

    It will be an additional model – likely similar to the 5 Series in design. However, where it will fit in the BMW line-up hasn’t been disclosed yet.

  • http://www.bmwblog.com Horatiu B.

    @Kenny: On top of that, between the 5 and 7. A total different car from the 5 wagon, from what I was told.

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