BMW has also designed a M Sport kit for the 5 Series GT. And well, it only makes the uglier than it is really!
Available to order from autumn 2011, the M treatment with revised bumpers, lowered ride height, new wheels and interior package – details of which to be announced later – should improve even the worst of cars. And yet amazingly the 5er GT ruins that too. BMW has admitted that this car was a mistake from the beginning. They should stop making it.
In other BMW 5 Series news, the 2012 sedan gets a new super efficient diesel engine:
The Sedan is powered by a 135 kW/184 hp four-cylinder diesel engine, yet its average fuel consumption in the EU test cycle is just 4.5 litres per 100 kilometres (62.8 mpg imp). New four-cylinder engines with BMW TwinPower Turbo technology add further talent to the line-up of petrol and diesel powerplants.