It seems that the upcoming BMW 5 Series is getting closer and closer as it starts dropping camouflage and appears more frequently on the streets.
The current F10 5 Series will receive a facelift treatment this year, with the main improvements at the exterior being related to the bumpers and optical blocks.
Moreover, BMW will offer a revised front grille, rear skirt and probably new alloy wheels. Inside, the German carmaker will add new features but also will improve the quality of materials.
Under the hood, we could see some improvements as well even though the current engine range will largely carry over.
According to the current rumors, the upcoming 5 Series will get a 3.0-liter six-cylinder unit capable to produce 316 horsepower. This powerplant will be found under the bonnet of the 2014 BMW 535i. It remains to be seen if BMW will take advantage of the Geneva Motor Show and unveil the new model next month.
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