BMW will unveil new model upgrades at the Paris motor show, including the M Sport package for the 5-series saloon and Touring models.
The 5-Series saloon will get a new diesel engine (a 295bhp in-line six-cylinder unit in the 535d), the M Sport package and optional xDrive all-wheel-drive technology.
The 5-Series Touring range is to be given additional diesel engines and a further petrol unit. The 525d Touring is now offered with a 3.0-litre in-line six-cylinder engine, which has 201bhp.
The straight-six in the new 535d Touring will have 295bhp; the engine in the 528i Touring will have an output of 255bhp.
BMW 5 Series Touring range will be given the new M Sport package and this will be unveiled alongside the first all-wheel-drive models of the new Executive Touring – the BMW 535i xDrive Touring and the BMW 530d xDrive.
All engine variants of the BMW 5-series Gran Turismo can now be bought with xDrive all-wheel drive.