BMW has officially pulled the wraps off the 5-Series Grace Line Special Edition, which will be offered for sale on the Japanese automotive market.
The newest model to be signed by BMW is not the 2016 7-Series at the moment but a special edition of the 5-Series, which will be offered for sale exclusively on the Japanese automotive market. The model in question has been called the BMW 5-Series Grace Line Special Edition and it will be produced in just 160 units, getting some interesting modifications which will definitely help it differentiate from the regular versions.
The new special edition of the premium sedan is getting the exclusive Mineral Grey metallic paint, covering its body, along with the adaptive LED headlights and the LED fog lights, amongst others. We should also mention the new and special 18-inch alloy wheels, which are providing it with an updated look. The interior design of the new BMW 5-Series Grace Line Special Edition has been also worked upon and here we can notice the Nappa covered M Sport steering wheel, the Dakota leather finishing the sports seats, the digital instrument cluster, the Lane Change Warning systems and the Active Cruise Control, amongst others. The special edition of the BMW 5-Series is coming in the 523i and the 523d versions and it has a starting price of 58,000 USD, for the petrol, and 60,000 USD for the diesel. Only 160 units will be put together so you should better hurry up and place a deposit if you are interested in it.