We have some new spy shots picturing changes on the updated 2021 BMW 5 Series Touring, depicting the exterior and interior designs. Spy photographers have managed to catch the while undergoing usual testing runs on the Nurburgring track in Germany. The facelifted wagon covers ends with some heavy camouflage thus trying to hide what’s been new. As far as we can tell, the car which is right now reaching the midway point in its life cycle is getting revised grille and front fascia, probably new headlights, as well as tweaks to the taillight signature. To be more precisely regarding the grille, the updated car will most probably host about the same merged double-kidney design like the latest 3-Series and 7-Series models. It’s still unclear whether there’s going to be any obvious changes inside of the 2021 BMW 5 Series Touring or not, but an updated infotainment system and new electronic driver assist features are likely. Moreover, some reports hint a wider 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, to go with a slightly larger infotainment display, as well as new control buttons on the steering wheel.
On the other hand, there will no changes under the hood. More precisely, the 2021 BMW 5 Series Touring will continue using the options which have been revealed this year, though some reports suggest that we might see a more powerful 388 HP six-cylinder PHEV model too. This one will fit above the 530e.
The new BMW 5 Series Touring is due to bow sometime around the mid-next year, while it should hit dealerships shortly after, most probably in the fall of 2020.