To join the latest saloon version, the ever-successful 5 Series Touring continues its great tradition of design and safety.
Like its saloon sibling, the 5 Series Touring has been lightened yet strengthened to help fuel efficiency without compromising safety and has also been fitted with the latest BMW TwinPower Turbo engines to ensure low fuel consumption without restricting performance.
Officially launched at this year's Geneva International Motor Show, the 5 Series Touring will be fitted with the latest in BMW’s engine technologies and all-wheel drive systems.
The design of the Touring is sporty in nature, with the extended lines from the saloon version offering familiarity and an assured stance on the road. Inside, quality exudes from every part as BMW always strives to make the 5 Series range as comfortable as possible. Available to be fitted with comfort massage seats, head-up display and 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with gesture control and voice recognition.
To make the Touring even more practical, BMW has increased the boot space to 570 litres with the rear seats up and a cavernous 1,700 litres with the seats down. With the 40:20:40 rear seat configuration, the seats also come with electric remote backrest release for ease of deployment.
For improved safety and autonomous driving features, BMW applies crossing traffic warning, lane change and keeping assistance, as well as active cruise control with Stop&Go function, which takes into account speed limits to ensure you are following the rules of the road.
From launch, both petrol versions of the Touring will come with the xDrive all-wheel drive system, while the top end 530d six-cylinder diesel option can be applied with the all-wheel drive system. Only the 520d Touring can be fitted with a six-speed manual, with the other three launch models fitted with an eight-speed Steptronic gearbox.
The 5 Series Touring will be available from your nearest Cooper BMW Centre from June 2017.