The 2018 BMW 5 Series is a mid-size luxury car produced by German automaker BMW since 1972. 2018 BMW 5 Series is the successor of the 4-door sedan models of the BMW new class and is now in its seventh generation. Initially, the 5-series was only available in a sedan body style. The tour body style in 1991 is added and the 5-door hatchback (“Grand Touring”) was added in 2009.
2018 BMW 5 Series is the second best-selling model BMW to the 3-series and produced in 2010. About 50% of the profits of the BMW’s. On 29 January 2008, the 5,000,000th 5 Series Saloon 530d manufactured in Carbon Black Metallic. The 5 Series got its name by the fifth of the “new series” cars after the V-8 was the replacement for the older four-door new class sedans. The current BMW naming convention begins with the first 5 series.
2018 BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo
In 2009, BMW launched the 5 Series Gran Turismo (F07), a five-door Liftback body of a similar style to the Porsche Panamera. The GT is much as other fastback workshop / Liftback competitors. The F07 (designed by Christopher Weil) share the same F01 7-series derived platform, power supply, and mechanical package with the F10. But fascia the F07’s different headlights and bumper with a larger split-kidney grille similar to that of the F01 7 Series. The F07 departed workshop, leading to a higher center of gravity and his greater length allows for more rear legroom. The F07 also features frameless doors and a double-pane liftgate trunk. The 5 Series F07 is the first BMW to the new ZF to receive the eight-speed automatic transmission, along with a new Brake Energy Regeneration system.
2018 BMW 5 Series ActiveHybrid
The hybrid electric concept version of the BMW Hybrid Series, BMW introduced as Phase 5 Series ActiveHybrid unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2010. The use of BMW ActiveHybrid technology, the hybrid electric version for fuel consumption and emissions both reduced by more than 10%. In 2012, BMW Lead the production version of the 5 Series ActiveHybrid, the model year 2013, the BMW 5 Series Hybrid discontinued due to sales slowly with the 3-Series and 7-Series Hybrid Hybrid.
The seventh generation codenamed G30 unveiled on October 13, 2016, Improvements over the previous model include weight savings of up to 100 kg and a new design with a drag coefficient of 0.22 Cd. Other improvements include an updated iDrive system BMW now uses a high -resolusie 10.25-inch screen, a new head-up display, this covers 70% more space and selective anti-dazzle high-beam headlights with a range of up to 500 meters. Unlike the previous generation of the 5 Series, the series GT new generation 5 is not a variant. The 2017 GT version will be known as 6 Series GT (G32).