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Online Configurator: BMW Z4 Design Pure Impulse and 5 Series M Sport Package

Interesting | August 21st, 2010 by 10
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BMW has updated their German web page with two new items. First, the BMW 5 Series Sedan gets the option to be configured with the …

BMW has updated their German web page with two new items. First, the BMW 5 Series Sedan gets the option to be configured with the M Sport Package.

The other BMW model to join the online configurator is the 535d, the 300 horsepower car powered by the twin-turbo 3.0 liter diesel engine.

Also new in the configurator is the exclusive Design Pure Impulse equipment package available as from September 2010. Design Pure Impulse comprises an exclusive combination of colors and materials featured on interior elements, specifically emphasising the vehicle’s dynamic character. The Design Pure Impulse equipment package can also be combined with a new, likewise exclusive body paint colour.

Online Configurator: BMW Z4 Design Pure Impulse and 5 Series M Sport Package

The most significant feature of the Design Pure Impulse equipment package is the choice of precisely matching interior colors and materials. Like the equipment package Design Pure White, which accentuates the roadster’s premium elegance and was already presented at the launch of the BMW Z4, the package’s configuration is based on the recommendations of the BMW design team.

Online Configurator: BMW Z4 Design Pure Impulse and 5 Series M Sport Package

For those of you looking to play around with the online configurator, feel free to head over to BMW.de

  • Gord

    So the new M5 will look like the 5 series M-Sport, minus the fog lights ?

    • viper

      yeah. the 5 design is really kick ass. No

  • 1Mc

    At last, the 5er looks how it should. Classy, a bit aggressive, and elegant.

    • Lariv

      I prefer the E60, it looks newer.

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  • efoza

    The M package for those who cannot afford the real M5 and thus it makes the whole 5 series look cheap. Having said that, BMW always does this as a marketing tool when the standard model is proving to be too boring to some of its customer’s tastes. It is a way of making the boring range look a little more alive. The only 5 series model whichdoes not need such moves to sell is the 5 GT which has proven to be a huge success amongst hard core BMW customers who want the great design elements with the power of the BMW engine and not just a wanna be M badge!

    • wazon8

      You’re boring. Taste is really subjective thing and you claim to be objective in this case. It’s really funny, since I find new 5-er as one of the best looking BMW. Moreover, numbers of my friends not interested in BMW before are lured by 5-er, not 5GT.

    • wazon8

      BTW, there was always M-optic option in BMWs since I remember, so introducing it shouldn’t be taken as mark of problems with selling 5-er. Similarily, Audi and MB have sport looking package and cars with it always look better than stock version. So, what’s your point here? Should BMW stop making M-optic package? Why, when numbers of customers love it?

      Again, your assessment of driving characteristic of 5GT is incompatibile with physical laws as known to us. When will you finally understand what’s the content of your claims here?

      • efoza

        Your comments are funny! Are you OK? I didn’t know that a wanna be M badge would cause such fury!!!!!

  • sok

    l really don’t like how it look of new 5er with new bumper.
    E90 look so much better.

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