2017 Geneva Motor Show: 2017 BMW 5-Series Touring with M Performance Parts Kicks Off

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Until the future M5 breaks cover this autumn, BMW purists will have to settle with the all-new 2017 BMW 5-Series Touring, now available with the M Performance Parts and unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.

Even if the range was already previewed wearing the M package, it is our pleasure to come back with new details. It is way too refined, sexy and extremely appealing to let it go without saying “Hello”.

What makes the new G31 5-Series Touring quite an eye-catcher is the extreme aerodynamics. It is aggressive and mean with the plenty of muscular lines, highlighted by the black kidney and exterior mirror caps made from carbon fiber, trim strips, front apron with two-part diffuser insert for the rear apron, matte black side skirts, rear apron inserts and much more.

The entire body style is complemented with the 20-inch aluminum forged alloy wheels with twin-spur design finished in Orbit Gray. The alloy wheels are wrapped with extremely wide tires which increase the car`s aggressive looks.
As for the braking system, the new G31 5-Series Touring with M Performance Parts comes with a four-piston fixed brake and single-piston fender saddle front and rear, respectively.

There are also other exterior elements that separate the variants from each other, like the new sports exhaust system for the 530i and 540i, also coming with a power kit for the B58 six-cylinder engine. This means that at least the latter one is now packing 360 horsepower and 500 Nm of torque.

On the other hand, the 520d, 530d and 530d xDrive are also equipped with the BMW M Performance Exhaust System Diesel with the special stainless steel sport muffler and trapezoidal tailpipes. Inside, all variants with the M Performance Parts have received the M steering wheel with Alcantara and red 12 o-clock mark, shift paddles with automatic eight-speed automatic transmission and so on.


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