New 2025 BMW 5 Series Touring G61 Details

New 2025 BMW 5 Series Touring G61 Details

The new, sixth-generation 5 Series Touring has arrived. Compared to its predecessor, the new BMW 5 Series Touring is 97mm longer (5060 millimetres), 32mm wider (1900 millimetres) and 17mm higher (1515 millimetres). The new 5 Series Touring has the longest wheelbase in its class, increasing by 20mm to 2995 millimetres. In the UK, the market launch of the 5 Series Touring will also see the introduction of a Sport Edition across both the Saloon and Touring models. This new derivative provides an entry point into the i5 range, which continues to boast a high level of specification, with 19” alloy wheels and Phytonic blue metallic paint as standard. The new edition offers unique exterior styling highlights, featuring satinated aluminium finishes, M Anthracite Headliner and Sun Protection Glass.


2025 BMW i5 eDrive40 Touring M Sport G61

The modern interior features the state-of-the-art Interaction Bar and Harman Kardon sound system. The new 5 Series Touring in M Sport trim includes a high level of equipment as standard. The all-electric and plug-in hybrid models come with 19” alloy wheels as standard, while M Sport models feature horizontal slats and M logo, high-gloss black exterior mirror caps and 19” M alloy wheels. The M Sport Pro Model includes an M Rear spoiler, M high-gloss Shadowline and a high-gloss black kidney grille with Iconic Glow.


2025 BMW i5 eDrive40 Touring M Sport G61

Additionally, the M Sport Pro Model comes as standard with 20” M alloy wheels and M Sport brakes in red high-gloss. As the top model in the series, the i5 M60 xDrive Touring comes as standard with a Bowers & Wilkins Surround Sound System, 20” M aerodynamic wheels and Adaptive Suspension Professional as standard. A wider luggage compartment opening combined with a low sill makes it easy to stow large items of luggage. Regardless of their drive technology, all variants of the new 5 Series Touring have a luggage compartment volume that can be expanded from 570 to up to 1700 litres. In addition to the automatic tailgate operation, remote unlocking of the 40:20:40 split rear seat backrest from the luggage compartment is also standard. Storage compartments under the load compartment floor provide space for the luggage compartment partition net, luggage compartment cover and charging cable for the all- electric and plug-in hybrid models. The new i5 Touring is the first all-electric premium model in its competitive field. It will be available in two versions from the outset: the i5 M60 xDrive Touring, with up to 601hp, and the i5 eDrive40 Touring with up to 340hp. In both models, the high-voltage battery located in the underbody provides a usable energy content of 81.2 kWh. The range is 277 to 314 miles for the i5 M60 xDrive Touring and 300 to 348 miles for the i5 eDrive40 Touring. The i5 Touring and the plug-in hybrid models also feature rear-axle air suspension including automatic self-levelling. The new BMW 5 Series Touring is available to order now at BMW retailers with a starting price of £69,040.

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