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    Images of the BMW 5 Series saloon. The BMW 5 Series has a long history, during which it has often been the benchmark for large executive.

    Space-wise though, anyone taller than 6ft might not want to stay in the back for very long. It appears BMW's designers have also opted to give the car a subtley different look from the BMW 3 Series and BMW 7 Series in order to give it its own identity and ensure instant recognition of each individual model. These latest 5 series are a bit too large and have too much of the luxo-barge about them especially as BMW think that you should have to pay extra for adaptive dampers etc, I never met anyone who wanted an F10 M The Jaguar XF will have nothing to worry about.

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    The BMW 5 Series has now been revealed. Click here to read more. The pictures show the front, rear and interior of the car, highlighting the design changes for the all-new model.

    Insiders have long insisted that the new 5 Series would be an evolutionary design given the ongoing global sales success of the previous generation model, but the pictures clearly reveal the car's new look, most notably on the front end and interior. It appears BMW's designers have also opted to give the car a subtley different look from the BMW 3 Series and BMW 7 Series in order to give it its own identity and ensure instant recognition of each individual model.

    Images from the video are shown the gallery above, and reveal the car's exterior styling and some interior features. A centrally-mounted touchscreen is the main new feature to be shown, and it reveals that the next-gen car will have a 'pinch to zoom' satallite navigation, just like the new 7 Series. In the new videos the 5 Series's LED lighting has been blurred out. However, an earlier video, shown below, BMW did offer a glimpse of the car's tail-light design.

    Earlier spy shots of the 5 Series have shown what the model will look like in saloon and estate guises. The exterior of both bodystyles, while undoubtedly evolutionary, give the 5 Series a more aggressive demeanour. The increases in length, width and height are small and aimed at increasing rear seat accommodation.

    The new car will share its body structure with the 7 Series. The structure is known internally as CLAR - 'cluster architecture' - and uses more aluminium for its floorpan and bulkheads than the skeleton of the outgoing F10 5 Series. Powering the new model will be a familiar choice of turbocharged four and six-cylinder engines, with a new plug-in petrol-electric powertrain joining the ranks.

    These units use a standardised cc individual cylinder capacity for an overall volume of 3. One of the diesels will gain an additional electrically-driven turbo to improve low-down grunt, upping peak output towards bhp. The most potent non-M model will have a newly upgraded bhp 4. The hybrid system is made up of a 2. The system can run in full-electric model for more than 20 miles. The new 5 Series will go on sale next year. And if BMW hasn't ramped up its efforts on the chassis and engine front, the Jaguar will still continue to be miles ahead.

    The outgoing 5 series outsells it by 5 to 1, as does the E-class, V70 and A6 all but the V70 by an even bigger margin. Well, the looks of this car comes as a surprise, not! Seeing how closed the current 7 Series looked to its predecessor, it was obvious BMW were going to do the same here.

    Just another typical dull and boring looking German saloon that doesn't look special, prestigious or desirable. The stunning looking, and dominant, Jaguar XF had nothing to worry about the looks front with the current 5 Series, it certainly has nothing to worry about with the new model. Also, knowing now how this new 5 Series will look, I think we get idea what the next 3 Series will look like; basically the same as today's model!

    Have you actually looked round Jag and BMW products? The build quality difference is far and away in the BMW's favour, as are the engines Jag lumps are like BMW units from 15 years ago , and then the reliability being crap in anything JLR. Jags have this try so hard not to be OAP appearance. Like a granny with plastic tits.

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