It's so subtle that it is not impressive at all. I know they will go with a mix of the Msport kit they have for the current 5 series and hopefully some a little more aggressive. Otherwise it will look like a normal 5 series. I am sure the wheels will be great as BMW has made some great looking wheels.
It took me a while to grow into the E60 M5 styling and when the LCI updates came it made the E60 what I wanted it to be. Funny thing is that with the E39 I didn't have to think about it. It was love at first sight
I would be very surprised if they didn't offer a DCT. From what they've learned on the M3 they should of had enough time to develop a unit which can handled a lot more power. I would like to think that the X*M models missed out due to the thorough development that was taking place.only manumatic transmission no dct as of now. same transmission style in x6m and x5m but as far as torque converter
You can see that these are just plastic peices to hide what is really under there. Those flat black parts on the front and back arnt really whats under there. Prolly using a 535 bumper cover for now. Until production.
I actually beg to differ. They are testing the car in its production stage, to see how it would perform. It probably has brake ducts and possibly cooling ducts down there, to use a 535 bumper would be almost counterproductive to the testing process. Not to mention the design is very clearly different from that of a normal F10, it seems clear that we are in fact seeing what is a fully built prototypeYou can see that these are just plastic peices to hide what is really under there. Those flat black parts on the front and back arnt really whats under there. Prolly using a 535 bumper cover for now. Until production.