The 5 Series Touring will be offered with BMW's gas and diesel turbocharged four-cylinder and six-cylinder engines. The diesel four and six make 190 horsepower and 265 horsepower. The gasoline four-banger makes 252 horsepower and the six makes 340. Only the six-cylinder models are offered with all-wheel drive, while four-cylinder buyers will have to make do with rear-wheel drive. All models get standard air suspension in the rear, and all come with an 8-speed automatic, except the inline-four diesel. That car also offers a 6-speed manual.
The wagon will make its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. Then, for lucky European customers, the wagon will go on sale in June.