The flanking LED headlights have been completely redesigned and now incorporate dual-hockey-stick-style daytime running lights – just like the three aforementioned BMW models – as part of their sleeker look.
The example shown here is of the M Sport variety, and its body kit is more aggressive, with the front bumper adopting larger side air intakes, while its central mesh grille is flanked by a ‘smile’ that now bisects the aforementioned LED headlights.
The dual-hockey-stick signature is more prevalent in the tweaked tail-light clusters. (Image credit: germancarforum)
At the rear, the dual-hockey-stick signature is more prevalent in the tweaked tail-light clusters, while bumper is blockier and has a sportier diffuser insert.
No images of the upcoming 5 Series cabin have been released yet, but it’s safe to assume its touchscreen and digital instrument cluster will be running BMW’s latest multimedia system.