BMW is very good at offering limited edition models, as they pack extraordinary features and impressive performance. The design line they create and the technology they tweak inside, really make these BMW models exquisite.
And the 5-Series Grace Line Special Edition is no exception, the car being built in just 160 units and exclusively aimed towards the Japanese market. The Special Edition will be available in the petrol 523i, which will cost $58,000, while the diesel 523d will set you back at $60,000.
But what really makes it a special edition? First off, this BMW 5-Series Grace Line Special Edition is sporting the gorgeous Mineral Grey metallic paintjob, the adaptive LED headlights as well as the LED fog lights. The entire body is also complemented by the exclusive 18-inch alloy wheels.
Moving inside, the cabin of the BMW 5-Series Grace Line Special Edition is also apart with all the high-end materials, such as the Nappa M Sport steering wheel, the updated digital instrument cluster, the Dakota leather on the sports seats, all together with a handful of safety features, like the Lane Change Warning systems and more. In terms of performance, BMW has not released an official engine lineup or the performance figures. But stay tuned and keep on reading our up-to-date news on BMW models!