Facelifted BMW 5 Series Touring Spied Testing
The partially camouflaged prototype doesn't let us see the changes directly, but hints at what we should expect to see on a BMW dealership lot near you. The whole F10 5 Series family has been redesigned to fight against Mercedes' significantly revised E-Class.
The most visible changes have been made to the front bumpers of the car. They aren't as major as what Mercedes deed to the E-Class but then again the 5er is a best seller.
Behind the camouflage, BMW has likely added brand new lighting technology for every corner of the car, including the side indicators.
The interior for this Touring model will pretty much stay the same. However, we can expect a brand new iDrive system to replace the aging device used by the 5 Series since 2009.
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