After it had unveiled full details and a complete gallery with its renewed 5 Series range, BMW returns with some footage of the revised line-up. The images shows how the sedan, estate and GT versions were affected by the facelift.

On the outside, the 5-Series range comes with a redesigned front bumper with matter silver accents, new contour lines for the kidney grille and new headlamps. The sedan and the Touring versions also come with redesigned taillights.

Inside the cabin, the 5-Series range is available with the new iDrive system and with more storage compartments. For the Gran Turismo, BMW added 60 more liters of boot space for a total of 500 liters.

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The 5-Series facelift comes now with Proactive Driving Assistant, Eco Pro Route function while all the diesel engines are fitted with BluePerformance technology to improve power and fuel consumption.

For the European market, BMW added a new entry level. We are talking about 518d. It has a 2.0 liter turbo diesel unit that can deliver 141 horsepower and can return 4.5 liters per 100 km.