The Germans from BMW decided to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the BMW 5 Series by introducing a special edition for the Japanese market. As mentioned in the title, the new special edition is based on the BMW 528i sedan, a model powered by a 3.0-liter petrol unit available in Japan. They plan to produce only 200 units of this new special edition which gets few aesthetic tweaks but no power improvements.
The 30th Anniversary Edition is fitted with the M Sport Package which includes a new set of side skirts, new front and rear bumpers, BMW individual aluminum trim, Deep Sea Blue Metallic exterior finish and new alloy wheels.
Inside the cabin, the lucky customers will get BMW Individual trim, special logos for the headrests and floor mats, a new premium audio system with 600W output and head-up display but also new sports seats with Veneto Beige Dakota leather.
According to the Bavarian manufacturer, the new BMW 528i 30th Anniversary Edition is priced at around $103,000 which is 7,890,000 Yen at today’s currency. It is true that the special edition sports few exclusive features but there are plenty of other options for these bucks.