New BMW 5 Series facelift spied, may debut at Geneva
We already know that BMW is preparing a facelift treatment for the current 5 Series (F10) generation as we’ve seen several spy shots with the restyled sedan.
This time, we got even a closer look at the new German model as the company starts dropping off the camouflage. As you probably guess, the revised BMW 5 Series which will be introduced next year, most likely at the Geneva Motor Show, will benefit from aesthetic improvements with no big changes in terms of performance.
However, there are some chances that the 3.0-liter turbocharged engine could receive a power boost for a total output of 316 horsepower.
Following to be sold as a 2014 model, the new BMW 5 Series comes with redesigned front and rear bumpers, slightly reshaped front optical blocks but also improved taillights.
Largely, we should expect aesthetic tweaks for the camouflaged parts of the prototype pictured above. At the interior, BMW should offer higher quality materials along with new trim.
Spy Photos: Worldcarfans