2011 BMW 5 Series F10 Interior Caught in Latest Spy Photos

2011 BMW 5 Series F10 spy photo
2011 BMW 5 Series F10 spy photo / Copyright: autoscoop.biz

New spy shots reveal more of the interior of upcoming next-generation BMW 5-series

The next-generation BMW 5-series F10 is a much anticipated release for the Bavarian automaker, with the model being one of those mid-level products that can come to define a brand as much as any other.

In this most recent set of spy shots we get a peek inside new 5-series too. A certain amount of camouflaging is being done here (just like the exterior) so that not much is given away until BMW decides it is time to debut the car. But it's natural to assume there will be lots of cues borrowed from the current 7-series as well as the 5-series GT.

BMW executives have stated the 5-series will be a great looking car - or at least, that is one of their primary goals with the new model. And the next-generation will definitely have to strike the proper notes of elegance and sportiness in order to make an impact in the marketplace.

Drivetrains expected are the usual 6-cylinder diesels and petrol/gasoline engines. Interesting to note is the rumored possibility of a direct-injection, turbocharged 4-cylinder gasoline/petrol engine making its way to the entry-level motorization for the 5-series. Leading the 5-series range, besides the M5, will be the 550i with the 4.4 liter twin-turbo V8.

The 5-series may also come fitted with the ActiveHybrid system seen in the X6 and 7-series.

The next-generation 5-series is expected to debut in 2010.

Published Oct 23rd, 2009 8:20pm By Alex Ricciuti
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Pepito060666 Pepito060666
I am agree that this model could be awesome but I think is to much 7 series. It has to be its own identity this is very important for each model and for brands like MB , BMW and Audi to keep this aspect alive very very......The 5 series is a crusial model for BMW I hope the dedicate their great efford in it. The 5 series has to much enemies we need to see the final winner. Good luck.
Oct 28th, 2009 1:55am
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andrewB andrewB
If you know of the early cars, the 5 series and the 7 series look silimar in size and length, wouldnt be surprised if it happens again the 5 series seems to be good everytime it comes out and does have new things to it, yeah alot of the dash and setup are the same in all the cars why is the black X6 in the parking lot, is that going to be next for the update? the mini could be the coupe thing or the cross over mini, the yellow car does have some height to it though quailallstar
Oct 26th, 2009 8:20am
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smohed smohed
I don't know what they are trying to hide, they have the same interior dashboard for all their cars.
Oct 25th, 2009 1:53pm
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BabyMilo BabyMilo
No surprises here, good looking as usual
Oct 25th, 2009 11:23am
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Oct 25th, 2009 12:20am
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Deutsch100 Deutsch100
Ok, this 5er could be the BMW that could make me return to the Company, and leave my beloved Mercedes! This is the first BMW (besides the new 7 Series) that looks like a BMW! No freaky Dame Edna reading glasses inspired headlight design, and the interior is looking like a proper BMW. I am VERY excited to see the upcoming 5 Series. I'll take an Alpine White 550i with Black or Gray Leather, Sport Pkg, Premium Pkg and Technology Pkg Thank You!!!!
Oct 25th, 2009 12:07am
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jerry05cod4 jerry05cod4
so far so great... design in these pictures looks awesome, any lady will get wet in front of this baby.
Oct 24th, 2009 11:21am
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MadeInGermany MadeInGermany
Q: 5 series, Are you ready to take the crown again? A: 5 series: born ready :).
Oct 24th, 2009 10:44am
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So it's a 7s with less buttons,
Oct 24th, 2009 7:20am
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bcuth bcuth
No, its a 7 with less length and less price too!
Oct 24th, 2009 7:24am
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nederina nederina
Very nice. But soon we're going to get confused with the next 3, 5 and 7 like we did in the late 90s. The E46, E39 and E38 looked similar but comes with M, L or XL size.
Oct 24th, 2009 2:45am
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wjaprep wjaprep
ur very right, but those were my fav BMW models.
Oct 24th, 2009 4:23am
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nederina nederina
i love those cars too, especially right now. guess they're the last old fashioned beemer
Oct 24th, 2009 3:15pm
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McNamara68 McNamara68
+1 fellas, those cars were (and still are) great, honestly, they're much better looking than more modern bimmers.
Oct 24th, 2009 5:35pm
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rcw rcw
I can barely wait to see the official unveiling! I hope it is a stunner (in the good way). BMW needs a unanimously good looking car right now. In my opinion, the E28 (1982-1988) and even more so, the E34 (1988-1996), were the definitive 5-Series. Bring back the elegance and sportiness!
Oct 24th, 2009 2:37am
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omardarwish55 omardarwish55
I think in picture 8 the 3 coupe parked behind the 5 is also a facelift of the current 3 coupe. The side mirror is different at least
Oct 24th, 2009 1:28am
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