New 2024 BMW 5 Series G60 Redesign

2024 BMW 5 Series G60

The 2024 BMW 5 Series G60 is the eighth generation of BMW to come in a sedan version. This model will provide a variety of improvements to support customer satisfaction and a better driving impression.

Things that will be improved are mainly the technological parts, such as the new doorknobs that have also been seen on previous BMW i4 models and offer minimalist gearshifts.

2024 BMW 5 Series G60

2024 BMW 5 Series G60

In addition to the technology, the BMW 5 Series G60 does not forget to pay attention to its exterior and interior design.

Despite having the same proportions as its predecessor, the G30, the G60 will offer more such as slimmer taillights, larger headlights, and a cabin in the latest style.

The model also called the BMW i5, will offer several powertrain options, even a fully electric version is also available as a manifestation of their “Power Of Choice” strategy. In addition, the model has a front-engine layout and rear-wheel drive.

The presence of the BMW 5 Series G60 in 2024 looks like it will enter a new round of competition with more intense competition. The battle between BMW, the Mercedes E-Class, and the Audi A6 will continue in 2024.

We believe this model will be one of the sedans on your list for you to consider. With various improvements experienced, the BMW 5 Series G60 is expected to start production in 2023 as the upcoming 2024 model year.

2024 BMW 5 Series G60 Exterior 

As we discussed earlier, the BMW 5 Series G60 will improve some parts, including its exterior. For the 2024 model year, the G60 will provide a more attractive look with larger headlights and a more traditional trademark kidney grille to look sportier.

Those headlights will probably look more controversial than the grille because they are squeezed and follow the hood line leading to the mirror.

On the other hand, the taillights are made slimmer than the previous model. Then, the doorknob part will also be made in a new version seen on the BMW i4 before.

As for the standard wheels, they are likely to measure 18 inches W-spoke and 19 inches for multi spokes.

2024 BMW 5 Series G60 Interior 

The interior design of the upcoming 2024 BMW 5 Series G60 looks like it will present a new style cabin inspired by the models in the company’s lineup.

This eventually allowed BMW to cooperate with the new generation of cabin architecture. It is also possible for the G60 to adopt the design of the new seven series and the all-electric SUV I X.

On the center of the dashboard of this model, also in the front area of the driver, there is a pair of softly curved screens.

Although it hasn’t gotten any official info from BMW yet, the television-sized dashboard screen that the BMW 5 Series G60 might offer is undoubtedly expected to be confirmed.

If it continues the design of its predecessor, G30, Leather seats are this model’s standard. The previous G30 provided multi-contour massage chairs, Air Breather vents, and lower air inlets.

2024 BMW 5 Series G60 Interior

Features and Technologies 

Both traditional BMW enthusiasts and newcomers are likely to be drawn to the new car switchgear and control that collaborates the brand’s iDrive rotary dial with the touch-sensitive BMW Interaction Bar.

As we already know, the BMW 5 Series G60 improves many parts, especially the technology. That’s why you might get a new iDrive Curved Display.

The BMW 5 series will also provide a Driving Assistant Plus package that includes lane departure warning displays, adaptive cruise control, collision warning systems, lane centralization, and a vehicle following plan.

Several other features and technologies will also be presented as services that every sedan needs. These improved features and technology are expected to increase the driver’s sense of safety and comfort while on the road and improve a better driving impression.

2024 BMW 5 Series G60 Performance 

According to some references, the BMW 5 Series G60 is expected to present M Performance with a plug-in hybrid powertrain.

As for other things, it cannot be explained in detail because there is no official information from the company. In this case, we are sure this series five will not differ much from before.

The PHEV blow of this model is logically believed to be faster than the M760e because the M560e is lighter.

The M760e, which uses a 3.0-liter engine with 571 horsepower of 420 kilowatts and 590 pound-feet of torque, is likely to lag behind the M560e later.

2024 BMW 5 Series G60 Engine

The 2024 BMW 5 Series model is believed to eliminate the V8 engine and switch to electric power, which is why it is also called the BMW i5.

Because it uses a gasoline plug-in Hybrid powertrain, this model will likely get ability from the 3.0-liter B58 I6 turbo, also known as the M560e.

On the other hand, if the powertrain is an Electric Motor, then the five series will get 197 horsepower (147 Kw 200 PS) with a permanent magnet synchronous.

This model has a front engine, rear-wheel drive layout, and several powertrain options to manifest its new strategy (Power Of Choice).

Competitors 

The Mercedes E-Class will be replaced next year, and the Audi A6, which will be facelifted in 2023, maybe rivals the BMW 5 Series G60 in the market.

The G60 is predicted to be BMW’s last model before the Neue Klasse generation that likely replaces electric power for the three series, and X5 SUVs launched has many other competitors.

2024 BMW 5 Series G60 Price and Release Date 

The BMW 5 Series G60 is expected to begin production in 2023 as a 2024 model year as an advanced generation of the G30 produced in 2017 with a facelift in 2020.

The price of the BMW 5 Series G60 is not known for sure. But we are confident that the price you spend will not betray the results.

In the meantime, we assume that the cost per unit will probably start at around $110 (not much different from the previous G30).

Finally, we hope that the upcoming BMW 5 Series G60 in 2024 can provide a better driving experience than before because a sense of safety and comfort is what every rider wants.

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