The German based automaker BMW has recently released more videos with the 5-Series facelift, which will go on sale in most markets over the following months.
After it was officially unveiled just a few days ago, the 2014 BMW 5-Series facelift is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the carmaker releasing new videos with the model. BMW says that the facelifted 5-Series is getting new contour lines for the surround of the kidney grille, redesigned air intakes, modified taillights, new front apron, xenon adaptive headlights as standard on all models with adaptive LED headlights available as an option, new colors and light-alloy wheels.
According to the car manufacturer, the facelift will be applied on all 5-Series versions, including the sedan, the Touring, the M5 and even the 5-Series GT. The sedan and Touring versions of the facelifted BMW 5-Series can also be ordered with the Luxury Line and the Modern Line packages, which are joining the current M Sport package. The model is also getting a new entry-level version, in the shape of the four-cylinder 143 HP (105 kW) 518d. Prices for the 528i Sedan, in the U.S. will start at 50,425 USD, while the 550i will set you back for 64,825 USD.