New 5-Series features distinctive headlamps and more room for cargo and passengers. BMW AG says its all-new 5-Series sedan, featuring a high degree of aluminum content and the auto maker’s controversial IDrive control system, will hit the U.S. market this fall. The German auto maker released the first photos and details of the car on its website this week. The new model will reach the U.S. first in 530i dress in October, featuring BMW’s 3L in-line 6-cyl. that delivers 225 hp ...
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