BMW Highlights Exterior and Interior Design of All-New 2017 BMW 5-Series Touring in Exciting Videos

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All versions from the newly-unveiled 2017 BMW 5-Series come with an exceptional design, the latest technology and gadgetries inside as well as an impressive engine lineup under the hood. The latest to receive the big round of applause is the fresh 2017 5-Series Touring, a true wagon with lots of space inside and all you need for your family.

Along with the arrival of the new 2017 BMW 5-Series Touring, the German based carmaker has also released the official pricing details, revealed in a previous article, as well as some exciting videos seen below, that highlight the Touring`s exterior, interior design and driving capabilities on the road.

At the exterior, the 2017 BMW 5-Series Touring is extremely elegant, wearing the overall design of the rest of the range, yet adding its own styling bits, especially at the rear end.

As we can depict from the photos, the new 5-Series Touring looks magnificent with a much more evolutionary design, highlighted by the BMW kidney grille, long roofline which flows into the raked D-pillars. At the rear, the window is highlighted by the roof spoiler with integrated auxiliary brake light and air deflectors found on the sides. Also, the model stands-out from the crowd with wider horizontal lines and the L-shaped rear lights.

Inside, the 5-Series` interior is a real inspiration for the 7-Series, the range coming with a plethora of gadgetries and technology, including the semi-autonomous driving. Amongst the top features, we should mention the massive 10.25-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay, smartphone mirroring function wirelessly, adding as well a large dead-up display with GPS location, road-sign software and much more.

Performance wise, the new 2017 5-Series Touring is set to come with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder gasoline engine, with 252 horsepower and 350 Nm of torque, available in the 530i variant. In the 540i xDrive, the variant comes with a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline six-cylinder with 340 horsepower and 450 Nm of torque.

On the diesels side, the 520d is available with a 2.0-liter flat-four pot with 190 horsepower and 400 Nm of torque, being sent to the wheels via a six-speed manual transmission as standard, as well as an optional eight-speed manual gearbox. Also, the 530d is equipped with a 3.0-liter inline six with 265 horsepower and 620 Nm of torque.


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