BMW is planning to release the all-new 5 Series sedan, which will feature the company’s new “smart” infotainment system.
The new car will be the first production model in nearly two decades, and it will debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2019.
The 5 Series is the second generation of the BMW 5 series sedan, and the first in the BMW i family.
It will be offered with a 2.0-liter inline-six engine, a new front fascia and rear seats that feature leather-wrapped inserts, and a new roofline.
The all-wheel drive system will also be upgraded to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.
The 2018 5 Series will be sold in five trim levels, starting with the Sport and Deluxe models, and finishing with the Premium and X1 models.
Pricing will start at $62,990 for the Premium model, $70,490 for the X1, and $80,540 for the Sport.
The premium models will be available from 2019 to 2024.
The new model will have more power, more performance and better safety features.
It also will feature a new, more aerodynamic design.
The cabin will be redesigned, the roof will be taller, and interior lighting will be brighter, BMW said in a press release.
The 2017 model year also featured a host of new features, including the addition of a 3D virtual reality experience.
The car will also get a digital adaptive cruise control system that automatically adjusts the car’s speed and pitch to help it stay in the lane, as well as a new navigation system that uses GPS to keep the driver’s location in mind.
It has a new 6.4-inch touchscreen, a 3-D virtual cockpit, and six more cameras.
A new “Vision” feature will allow the car to display its surroundings through its LED infotonic display, and four new cameras will be added to the rear-view mirror.
BMW is also bringing an additional 10-inch screen to the front seats, and there will also a new infotonics display that can be placed in front of the driver and his/her passengers.
The 2017 model also came with the BMW Remote Assist System, which lets the driver know what to do if a car emergency arises.
The next-generation 5 Series car is expected to be unveiled at the Munich Motor Show.