BMW has already expressed its expansion plan on its future model range, with Auto Motor und Sport recently stating that no less than 28 of its models will undergo series updates by 2021. Some of them were already announced, seen at work in spied tests or reviewed.
It all started last year with the fresh introduction of the all-new 2017 BMW 5-Series, carrying on with the carmaker`s plan of replacing the existing 5-Series GT with a new 6-Series GT: the model was also spied in camouflage.
Also, BMW is working on the future BMW X7, which is going to be the biggest, widest, most aggressive and most powerful model within the X lineup so far. The model, is going to arrive on the market in 2019.
More than that, a couple of weeks ago we also witnessed the first spy photos with the all-new BMW M5, the potent model getting ready to break loose with more than 600 horsepower onboard. Also, the 3-Series and the X5 will break cover in 2018 with more technology onboard and impressive performance under the hood.
Last but not least, we have also caught the M2 preparing for a mild facelift, while the Z5, the official replacement of the current Z4, will emerge on the market in 2018, along its half-sibling Toyota Supra. Please find below the complete list of the models that will receive important updates in the next five years.
BMW 5 Series – February 2017
BMW 5 Series Touring – Summer 2017
BMW i3 – Summer 2017
BMW 5 Series M Performance – Summer 2017
BMW 6 Series Facelift – Spring 2017
BMW 4 Series Facelift – March 2017
BMW 2 Series Coupé – July 2017
BMW 2 Series Convertible – July 2017
BMW 6 Series GT – 2017
BMW X2 – End of 2017
BMW X3 – End of 2017
BMW X7 – 2017
BMW M5 – 2017
BMW M2 GTS – 2017
BMW M2 Facelift – 2017
BMW Z5 – 2017
BMW X3M – Early in 2018
BMW i8 Spyder – 2018
BMW X1 L – 2018
BMW M4 GT4 – 2018
BMW X4 – 2018
BMW 8 Series Coupé – End of 2018
BMW 3 Series – 2018
BMW X5 – 2018
BMW 1 Series – 2019
BMW iNext – 2019
BMW 8 Series Convertible – End of 2019
BMW i5 – 2021