The new BMW 5 Series will be unveiled on October 12th

5-series, Videos | October 9th, 2016 by 8
BMW 5er G30 Remote 3D View Teaser Video 02 750x500

On Wednesday afternoon, October 12th, BMW will unveil the all-new G30 5 Series. Through a teaser video highlighting the Remote 3D View, BMW has finally …

On Wednesday afternoon, October 12th, BMW will unveil the all-new G30 5 Series. Through a teaser video highlighting the Remote 3D View, BMW has finally put to rest all rumors around a possible unveil. As we’ve announced several months back, the October date was always the initial reveal date, followed by a series of VIP presentations before the car is heading to the Detroit Auto Show for the public world premiere.

In Spring 2017, the new G30 5 Series will go on sale, but roll-out dates will be scheduled on a region-by-region basis.

BMW 5er G30 Remote 3D View Teaser Video 02 750x500 750x500

As in the previous video, the Remote 3D View feature will give the driver a virtual view of their own car and their current surroundings from a distance. With the help of the BMW Connected App on the smartphone, you can always check what is happening around your BMW 5 Series. A similar function is already available for the current 7 series facilitating maneuvering, but the corresponding views can not be retrieved remotely.

The exciting details are hidden under a blurred pixel mass, only A-pillar and hood are shown in a short scene unpixelted.

8 responses to “The new BMW 5 Series will be unveiled on October 12th”

  1. Johan Mo says:

    Tuesday 11th or Wednesday 12th? :)

  2. Pictor says:

    It’s a hint. The next new 5 will be announced on October 12, 2021 which is Tuesday. :D Or BMWBlog means to say Tuesday evening somewhere in the US which is the 12th in Munich. Or someone just got the dates wrong but either way it sounds like we’ll get the Internet release sometime this week. Maybe even on the 13th like the video above shows.

  3. Giom says:

    Can’t wait to see that wayward line under the window sill without camo. At this point I still think that’s a designers slip of the wrist that made it through to production. Either it’s very clever or very desperate. I’m hoping for the former…

  4. Kaisuke971 says:

    It’s surprising that the car hasn’t been leaked already, it happened to the 7 and the M2.

  5. Tunmishe Oke says:

    almost an anticlimax

  6. getoffme says:

    Snoozeville alert.

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