2021 BMW 5 Series

BMW 5 Series 2021 officially appears



The BMW 5 Series 2021 officially appeared on time online, announcing its specific challenge to the Mercedes E-Class 2021 that appeared last March.

After the teasers and leaked photos, the updated mid-size luxury sedan was officially revealed, to let you know in this news about the mid-life renewals of the current generation of this Bavarian car, which carried design language very close to its younger sister BMW 3 Series 2020, but the focus was Great for providing copies of this model dependent on electric power.
Previous leaks and teasers made us expect that the exterior styling changes to the BMW 5-Series 2021 from the Bavarian BMW company were not significant, as it included an inflated exaggeration of the front grille like the Series 7 2020 and clearly renewed headlamps with a line of LED lights inside. The car appears to have new eyes, and new parts and accessories are available on the M Sport versions.

From the back, we see updates to the design of the BMW 5 Series lights that look on the L-shaped lights and there are black decorations surrounding them.
And up to the interior of the fifth category, there are very few innovations that included BMW's latest technology for entertainment technology iDrive 7, so the car comes as standard with a 12.3-inch digital dashboard the same size as the entertainment system and the touch-screen information that supports the Apple Car Play and Android Auto applications.

Engine options:

* A 4-cylinder petrol engine with a capacity of 2-liters with a power of 181 hp, working alongside a 107-hp electric motor, to reach the work of the two engines together with a power of 288 hp and 420 Newton meters of torque, and this version comes with 8-speed automatic transmission. 0 to 96 km / h in 5.7 seconds.

*A two-liter 4-cylinder petrol engine with turbo generates 248 hp and 350 Nm of torque, accelerating the car from 0 to 96 km / h in 5.9 seconds.

*A 3-liter 6-cylinder engine with twin-turbo generates 335 hp and 450 Nm of torque, accelerating the car from 0 to 96 km / h in 4.9 seconds.

*A 6-cylinder 4.4-liter engine with a twin-turbo 523 hp and 750 Nm of torque, so the car accelerates from 0 to 96 km / h in 3.6 seconds and has a top speed of 250 km / h.


The 2021 BMW 5-Series is available for order now and will hit dealerships in July. BMW has already released prices, which start at $55,195 for the 530i. The 530i xDrive runs $58,495, the 530e costs $58,190 and $60,495 with all-wheel drive, the 540i starts at $60,445 with rear-drive and $62,745 with all-wheel drive, and the M550i xDrive costs $77,795. All prices include a $995 destination fee.