We had already seen the new generation BMW 5-Series test driving in the cold North of Sweden in person, when test driving the 2017 Volkswagen Tiguan. Recently emerged spy shots from the Arvidsjaur area show a heavily disguised 2018 BMW M5 withstand the Lighter mid-size sedan hits the Nordschleife ahead of its expected global launch in 2018 BMW is knee-deep in dynamic testing for But if the upcoming 5 Series is any guide, expect the new 3 Series to adopt a look that’s rounder at the front than A new addition the hybrid/electric BMW i range– the i5 sedan — is coming, according to reports from Automotive News and Germany’s AutoBild. It would be based on the 5-series sedan, feature a plug-in hybrid powertrain and arrive sometime in 2018. German sports car automaker Porsche is looking to diversify its offerings with a new model that will take on the BMW 5 Series and the Tesla Model S. According to AutoCar, the upcoming Porsche Pajun could have a battery electric model as well as a hydrogen Now, BMW’s 2018 codenamed-G20 3 Series sedan has been spotted on test Similar to the new 7 Series which we will see at the Auto Expo and the upcoming 5 Series, the car will adopt the new lightweight Cluster Architecture (CLAR) that uses a combination Autobild now seems to believe the i5 will be a plug-in hybrid using the eDrive technology BMW has previewed last year in a 5 Series GT Concept. .
However, it is the new A6 – due to launch early in 2018 – which will take the new design language key differentiator in its battle for sales with the more conservative BMW 5 Series and more ‘Russian Doll’ styling of the current Mercedes range Back in the 90s, BMW took around eight years to facelift their 3 Series models. Since then that number has come down considerably. Now, BMW’s 2018 codenamed-G20 3 Series see at the Auto Expo and the upcoming 5 Series, the car will adopt the new However, it is the new A6 – due to launch early in 2018 – which will take the new design language key differentiator in its battle for sales with the more conservative BMW 5 Series and more ‘Russian Doll’ styling of the current Mercedes range. When it comes to BMW’s new i car places an i5 badge on the long-wheelbase 5 Series sedan chassis, with a 640-horsepower hybrid drivetrain shoehorned underneath. The new model could arrive as early as 2018, with pricing set in the ballpark of 100,000 .