2010 BMW 5-Series GT tuned by Hartge

5 Series GT | November 7th, 2009 by 7
HARTGE BMW 5 Series GT 1 750x500 2010 BMW 5 Series GT tuned by Hartge

The German tuning company Hartge is well known for their BMW tuning jobs and today, they reveal a new customization program for the 2010 BMW …

The German tuning company Hartge is well known for their BMW tuning jobs and today, they reveal a new customization program for the 2010 BMW 5 Series GT. The Hartge 5 Series GT comes with a variety of exterior and interior modifications and the end result, is quite pleasing.

On the outside, the BMW 5 Series GT by Hartge receives some minor body kit upgrades, along with new suspensions, wheels and interior modifications. The 5 GT Hartge also gets a new sport spring set that lowers the ride by 30 mm. Hartge set of emblems can be spotted on the bonnet and boot lid.

The 22″ inch custom wheels, in four different designs and finishes, enhance the already sporty looking exterior look. Hartge also offer a tire repairing kit for the 5 Series GT.

HARTGE BMW 5 Series GT 3 655x491 2010 BMW 5 Series GT tuned by HartgeInside, the 5 GT gets a new set of Hartge branded aluminum pedals, footrest and and steering wheel.

At the moment, there are no engine upgrades, but as always, we’re probably looking at a Stage 1 tuning, so we expect to see some power increase in the future.

7 Responses to “2010 BMW 5-Series GT tuned by Hartge”

  1. Jordan says:

    if i ever saw a hot wagon…. this is definitely it! i never really considered it a GT, more of a much, much better replacement for the 5 series wagon. however, a “GT is a high-performance luxury automobile designed for long-distance driving” so it would fit the bill!

  2. philmoney says:

    putting a hideous car in front of an elegant mansion does not an elegant car make

  3. W says:

    Tragically ugly

  4. Tim says:

    Wow, that is ugly. As a current 5-Series owner I would be embarassed to drive that thing! What is BMW thinking??? Their technolgy and performance are outstanding, but the designs are going off of the deep end!?!?!

  5. B says:

    Ain’t no “Touring” – shame…. no stick, no AWD, no installed roof rack and an extra 800 pounds…. Less an issue with the looks, especially if suspension can be lowered an inch.

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