|BMW F10 5-Series|
On the exterior, the new 5-Series used BMW's new design flow happened to the latest 7-Series, and it brings out most of its sexiness to attract appealing drivers. On the inside, executives take advantage of the technological features of the new 5-Series, from the leather seats, climate control, next-generation iDrive, and more technological features offered within reach. When compared to such rivals as the Toyota Crown, Hyundai Genesis, Nissan Fuga, Kia K7, Audi A6, and the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, the 5-Series has a major strategy to take these rivals to the dead zone, if only this car has a chance.
A choice of a four-cylinder diesel engine, six-cylinder diesel engine, six-cylinder gasoline engine, or the new TwinPower turbo V8 engine is the main brain of the BMW 5-Series, when customers has a choice between ecology or passion on the Autobahn. Not only that, there are other performance enhancers to take advantage of this new form, such as the brake energy regeneration, 8-speed automatic transmission, power steering, auto start stop function, and air vent control for dynamics against emissions. For safety, the new 5-Series is equipped with the finest features such as the active cruise control, camera systems, lane change warning, night vision, and an emergency call in the face of an emergency.
My thoughts about the 5-Series:
This car is untouchable in the eyes of the rivals, but touchable in the eyes of the Bimmer fans. The new 5-Series is classy on the outside, innovative on the inside, to bring executives' emotions released for its sexualized form, stronger performance, and resourceful technology. The secret of this new generation executive medium-sized sedan is best to be kept secret not only from the owners, but from the brand behind this wonderful machine. There are more models, including the spacious Touring variant, and the E63 AMG's worst enemy (a.k.a. M5) coming soon. As for that, they will have to make do with the sedan variant.