BMW 5 Series History Review
As a direct successor to the BMW 1500-2000 "New Level" model, the new 5-series four-door midsize sedan was launched in 1972. Since the productivity of the Munich plant is no longer sufficient to meet the expected production requirements, BMW has built a new, specially designed factory in Dingolfing, Lower Bavaria.
The second generation 5 Series has a very beautiful body design, better streamlined, stronger safety and higher driving comfort. In addition, the engine range has reached an unprecedented level: 4-cylinder and 6-cylinder petrol engines, engines designed for maximum fuel economy on the 525e, 24-valve overhead camshaft power units on the M5, and turbines Supercharger and 6-cylinder diesel engine without turbocharger. The 5-speed gearbox has been standard equipment for the 5 Series since 1983 (previously selected equipment) and offers a 4-speed automatic transmission for customers to choose from.
The third generation BMW 5 Series is a brand new model. The engine range includes 4-cylinder, 6-cylinder and 8-cylinder engines. In the fall of 1997, the new 2.5-liter turbocharged diesel engine with digital diesel injection system, charge air cooling, and three-way catalytic converter was also included in the selection of equipment.
The body design of the 4th generation 5 Series retains the traditional styling elements unique to BMW. Due to the larger external dimensions, the 4th generation 5 Series has a more spacious interior. The lightweight construction of the body-in-white has increased stiffness by 50% without changing the weight. The engine and suspension also set new standards in the widespread use of aluminum alloy materials. The 5 Series was originally launched with only a six-cylinder engine model, and in 1996 it added an eight-cylinder engine model. With the introduction of the 540i armored car, BMW began to incorporate the customer's need for higher personal safety into vehicle design considerations. This bullet-proof car is produced in a direct-customized manner, and the aroma nylon and bullet-proof glass on the car provide more reliable personal protection for the occupants.
The fifth-generation BMW 5 Series was released in May 2003. It has reached an unprecedented height in the same class in terms of the integration and unification of driving dynamics, performance, efficiency, comfort and space, and established new standards. . The new 5 Series features the world's first active steering system, a combination of aluminum and steel materials, an all-aluminum chassis, high-performance and efficient gasoline and diesel engines, a 6-speed gearbox, iDrive control concept and other extraordinary innovations. Features, in all respects, have outstanding product quality.
While perfectly adhering to the outstanding sporting performance of the BMW 5 Series, the new BMW 530Li, BMW 525Li and BMW 523Li meet the special needs of Chinese consumers for comfort and rear space. From the external design point of view, the most remarkable feature of the new BMW 5 Series Li is that the wheelbase has increased by 14 cm, providing special comfort for the rear passengers and the ride pleasure brought by the sense of space.
The seat and door trim of the new BMW 5 Series Li are made of precious Dakota leather, which makes the interior of the car full of a noble and elegant style. The new BMW 525Li and BMW 530Li configurations also include an 8-inch screen mounted on the back of the front seats, a newly built built-in entertainment facility for the BMW Group and a refrigerated box in the middle of the rear seats.
The new BMW 523Li, BMW 525 Li and BMW 530 Li have an engine output ranging from 177 hp to 258 hp and are equipped with state-of-the-art inline six-cylinder engines, which accelerates the new BMW 530Li from 0-100 km to 7.2 seconds at top speed. Up to 250 km / h.