2011 BMW 5 Series Touring M Sport Revealed In Leaked Brochure Images

Mike Stevens | Jun 22, 2010

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Another week, another leak. This time it's BMW, and the upcoming 2011 BMW 5 Series Touring M Sport package, spied testing in Europe just days ago.

The all-new 5 Series Touring is still some months away from its local debut, and in Europe it's been on the market for only a few weeks.

That hasn't stopped BMW knuckling down on development of the M Sport version however, and as these leaked brochure images reveal, it's set to be an appealing option for high-end wagon shoppers.

As with with BMW's other M Sport offerings, the 5 Series Touring version features a number of exterior upgrades, including a front bumper similar to the current M3, skirts and a subtle but sporty rear bumper tweak.

There's a sportier interior in the cabin, including an M division gear shifter, three-spoke sports steering wheel and footrest.

While we know that the new M5 is already in development, it's unclear whether BMW has developed performance upgrades for the 5 Series Touring M Sport package. There will likely be modest upgrades on the handling and control front, including suspension (the car pictured here is clearer lower than standard), bigger brakes and transmission upgrades.

Click to read TMR's review of the 2010 BMW 330d Coupe M Sport.

[via bimmerfile blog]

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    Martin1491 says,
    5 years ago
    This looks really good.
  • Paddy says,
    5 years ago
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    But you know what I hate about Beemers?
    Half the things in the Options list ought to be standard equipment. The options list just needs to be burnt and total price of a properly specified car brought down a good deal.
    Take the X1 for example - by the time I've specified it to a 'reasonable' amount I could get an X3, which is just on the tip of the X5. Doesn't BMW learn? It ain't cheap. And for most of us that don't have the money to pay for that extra 'Dynamics' boost, a GTI/Scirocco or even a Jap does give much better run for money (Could even have two)
  • toesonthenose says,
    5 years ago
    It does look very nice. But I couldn't agree more with what Paddy says...for the money, a lot of these so called "options" should be standard.