2017 BMW 5 Series photos reveal design changes

By Peter Chubb - Oct 12, 2016

Even though we have yet to see any official 2017 BMW 5 Series photos released, a new leak showing images of this upcoming car are said to be the real deal. If so, then this is a bit of a headache for the German carmaker, as they wanted to keep the design of the updated model under wraps.

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However, what we can now see from the several leaked images are the 2017 BMW 5 design changes thanks to the Chinese media. What you can see are side-by-side comparisons of the front, rear and the interior of the upcoming car, and it’s clear to see BMW has gone for an evolutionary design rather than a revolutionary one.

The biggest changes happen at the front-end and the interior, although you will have to do some staring, as the differences are very subtle compared to those of the 3 and 7 Series. However, this is something you would expect from a model that is sandwiched between the two of them.

Having said that, you will see that the changes are different enough to give the new 5 Series its own identity. The images themselves have been taken from a video, and so are a little blurred. However you can make out some very interesting features, which we ask you to head to Autocar to have a much closer look.

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