The Lines And Packages Of The New BMW 5 Series

5 Series | October 14th, 2016 by 27
BMW 5er G30 Luxury Line 750x500

The new 2017 BMW 5 Series was unveiled this week and the premium size sedan is scheduled to go on sale in February 2017. At launch time, two “Line” packages will be available — Sport Line and Luxury Line.

Sport Line adds high-gloss black elements as well as 18″ wheels as well as an illuminated BMW Sport Line badge in the door sills. It also adds Sport seats, with a cloth/leather combo, a BMW sports leather steering wheel and specific interior trim. The Luxury Line offers chrome exterior accents, such as the Air Breather vent, specific 18″ or 19″ wheels, interior leather with contrast stitching and a Sensatec-covered instrument panel.

BMW 5er G30 Luxury Line 750x675

There will also be an M Sport package – starting March 2017 – which includes the exterior M Aerodynamic package (front apron with larger air intakes, side skirt trim, a diffusor-style rear apron and an exhaust system with two rectangular tailpipes) lowered M Sport suspension and M light-alloy wheels, in either 18″ or 19″.

BMW 5er G30 M Sport

BMW 5er G30 - M550i xDrive

Inside, M sports seats with Alcantara covers highlight its sporting focus and are joined by the new M Sport leather steering wheel, exclusive floor mats, interior trim strips and aluminum pedals.

BMW 5er G30 - BMW Individual

The new 5 Series will also offer more colors than ever, with 21 exterior colors, including 11 metallic, 6 Individual and 2 Individual Frozen color options. There will also be a variety of wheel options, ranging from 17″ – 20″.

The images below showcase the different lines and packages.

[Images by Der Hofmeister at GCF]

27 responses to “The Lines And Packages Of The New BMW 5 Series”

  1. Icebreakerr says:

    love the exhaust tips on the M550i great touch BMW

    • Kaisuke971 says:

      This, and i’m totally for the bronze accent they’ve applied to the new wave of M Performance cars so far (M760Li and M550i), it’s just a detail but it adds a little bit of an edge to it. Good thing they’re improving the branding for the M Performance lineup.

    • John says:

      There’s NOTHING new about those exhaust tips. F10 had them as well. LOL

  2. Donald Dong says:

    Always love the 5. G30 looks like a winner already

  3. John says:

    Is it possible to delete the side badge? I don’t know why anyone would want a car that says “Luxury” on it.

    • Kaisuke971 says:

      Of course it is, but people with the smallest engines tend to keep them lol (i guess that has more to do with the fact they tend to not personnalise the car though but still).

      • Icebreakerr says:

        kaisuke this is what i love about BMW they have different lines for a model. My sister was looking for a small hatcbach she suggested A class and 1 series. I said just pick which ever you like. she said she sees too many a classes on the road and they all look the same its quite common here in the UK cause its pretty cheap. when she looked at the 1 series she said she prefered it cause it has other lines like SE, Sport or M sport etc like theres different styles so its more unique wouldnt have the same car as others etc. looking at the 5 now theres so many different styles the M5 would probably look so bEASTLY cant wait. saw an M5 today comp pack its stance on the road is so aggressive litreally everyone was js starring at it :o

    • MB640 says:

      Agreed wholeheartedly.Would not want that on my car.

  4. John says:

    So BMW has one version that sorta drives like a Lexus, and one that sorta drives like an Audi, and another that drives like a BMW.

  5. seancorr says:

    Hmm somehow the Luxury Line looks better than the Sport Line.

  6. Cedric says:

    bnw 5 series are always the best for my think

  7. Senne says:

    Looks great even as-standard!

  8. NewsApproved says:

    The headlights are beautiful and has a great look.

  9. John says:

    Still looks like a Lexus GS from behind.

  10. Andreas87 says:

    Hey guys
    What do we know about 530e, Will it arrive as touring? What are the odds? Thanks in advance!! //Andreas

  11. Adarsh says:

    When will the new 540d be launched in the US, with the new B57 diesel engine.

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