Like the new 2021 BMW 5 Series Sedan, the 2021 BMW 5 Series Touring will now also be available with a plug-in hybrid drive system. The use of mild hybrid technology with a 48V starter-generator will be rolled out to all models with a four- or six-cylinder engine. The most important new features of the interior include the display and operation system, which now also encompasses a Control Display measuring up to 12.3 inches. Added to which, the introduction of BMW Operating System 7 now brings owners the services of the BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant. The addition of, for example, the optional Steering and Lane Control Assistant – with Active Navigation and the likewise new automatic formation of emergency lane functions – to the list of driver assistance systems takes the new BMW 5 Series another few steps along the road to automated driving.
The wide variety of technological innovations on board paves the way for the most tradition-rich model range in the BMW line-up to write another chapter in its success story. More than 600,000 units of the BMW 5 Series Sedan and BMW 5 Series Touring have now been sold worldwide since the current model generation was launched. The market introduction of the new BMW 5 Series will get underway in July 2020. Both models will be produced at BMW Plant Dingolfing in Bavaria. The new BMW 5 Series Sedan will also be built by production partner Magna Steyr in Graz, Austria. The long- wheelbase version of the Sedan is made exclusively for the Chinese market at joint venture BMW Brilliance Automotive’s Dadong plant in Shenyang.
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