2021 BMW 5 Series

What's New For the 2021 BMW 5 Series?

Some fundamental changes were made to the 2021 BMW 5 Series lineup. For starters, BMW updated the sedan's exterior styling. A bolder twin-kidney grille and new LED headlights help the front fascia to stand out even more. For 2021, BMW's popular Live Cockpit Professional digital gauge display also now comes standard. Android Auto smartphone integration is offered for the first time. Meanwhile, the more powerful 540i model receives a new hybrid system for improved fuel economy.

Which Trims & Features Are Available in 2021?

BMW offers the 5 Series in three main trim levels: 530i, 540i, and M550i. The least powerful trim is the 530i. However, it doesn't make any sacrifices in terms of luxuriousness. Perforated SensaTec upholstery with contrast stitching now comes standard. You will also enjoy a lot of technology. BMW's iDrive seven infotainment system is a big highlight, which features a 12.3-inch HD touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. BMW's newly standard Live Cockpit Professional gauge cluster also uses a 12.3-inch display. Another nice perk is the 530i's standard Wi-Fi hotspot. For drivers who desire a more aggressive look, BMW offers a sleek M Sport appearance package.

Driving enthusiasts can step up to the BMW 540i. Aside from a more powerful engine, this trim also receives standard leather upholstery. Folks seeking the maximum driving excitement will favor the high-performance M550i model. It receives a bigger engine and upgrades to enhance handling.

2021 BMW 5 Series Interior

BMW 5 Series Performance

The 530i comes equipped with a 2.0-liter, TwinPower Turbo four-cylinder engine. It cranks out a competitive 248 horsepower. Motivating the 540i is a 3.0-liter, TwinPower Turbo inline-six engine with 330 horsepower. Atop the performance ladder is the M550i's 4.4-liter, TwinPower Turbo V8 engine. BMW rates it to pump out a thrilling 523 horsepower. All versions of the 5 Series use an eight-speed automatic transmission. While BMW's xDrive AWD system is optional on the lower trim levels, its standard is on the racy M550i model.

Packed With Safety Features

BMW engineers the new 5 Series to provide superior impact protection. Valuable driver-assist safety technologies, like automatic emergency braking and blind-spot detection, come standard. There are also some optional safety technologies to consider, including a surround-view camera and night vision.

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