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Mike Stevens | Jan, 25 2010 | 3 Comments

FOLLOWING ITS UNVEILING late last year, BMW has released a trio of videos for the all-new 2010 BMW 5 Series.

The first of the three videos features the new F10 5 Series Sedan cruising around a race track, while the second and third videos offer a better look at the new model's interior and on-road look.

Drawing styling cues from the new 7 Series and the recently unveiled 5 Series GT, the new F10 5 Series sedan succeeds the Chris Bangle-designed E60.

In top trim, the new 5 Series is good for a 0-96km/h (0-60mph) run of just 5 seconds - those numbers belonging to the range-topping 550i. Top speed is electronically limited to 210kmh, or 240km/h with the optional Sport package.

The Sport package features BMW Adaptive Drive: an assortment of electronic driver aids that include Driving Dynamics Control, Electronic Damper Control and Active Roll Stabilisation.

An electronic limited-slip differential joins the package, coming online when DSC is switched off.

Click here to read all the details on the upcoming F10 5 Series, expected to arrive in Australia around the middle of this year.

 
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