BMW 5 Series M Sport Official Pics and Info

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After the Internet was buzzing with pre-release info and pictures of the BMW 5 Series M Sport Package (a scanned brochure revealing the estate and a set of images showing the sedan have leaked), BMW is now officially introducing the go-fast handling, appearance and interior pack.

Developed by the M division, the pack comprises of suspension and aerodynamics tweaks, as well as interior and exterior design changes.

The vehicle’s sports-tuned suspension, 18 inch double spoke M lightweight alloy rims and enhanced aerodynamics offer a certain performance premium for the models they are installed on. The German automotive producer also offers optional 19 inch M wheels. The saloon version of the car also gets a lip spoiler on the tailgate.

The interior of the 5 Series has received a set of sport seats that use a Alcantara fabric upholstery that has been specially developed for the M Sport pack and features contrasting seams, as well as M logos. The multifunctional M steering wheel and the M gear knob have received a leather finish, while the footrest also features M styling.

The roofliner uses a BMW Individual finish, while the rest of the cabin coming with M aluminum hexagon trimming.

The M sports suspension, M aerodynamics package and 18-inch M light alloys featuring a double spoke design contribute towards enhanced driving dynamics and an exceptionally powerful appearance,” stated the press release.

The kit will be available for both the Sedan and Touring (estate) version of the 5 Series, starting from September.
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