A couple of near production-ready 5-Series GTs have been caught on BMW's home turf, and to our eyes they don't hurt the car, but they don't make a case for it either. The last time we were in this situation -- hoping a car's production version would be a huge improvement over it's pre-production form -- was with the Porsche Panamera, and we know how that ended. While we're certain this Progressive Activity Sedan has some purpose, we wonder where are all of these potential buyers are who supposed
- Jeremy Korzeniewski
- Feb 13, 2009
Click above for a high-res gallery of the BMW 5 Series Gran Touring Concept
- Damon Lavrinc
- Feb 10, 2009
BMW's 5 series-based Progressive Activity Sedan (PAS) is due to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show next month, but the very low-res image you see above could be the first official shot of BMW's new segment-defying sedan.
- Noah Joseph
- Jan 30, 2009
- Jonathon Ramsey
- Dec 31, 2008
Call it V5, 5-Series GT, 5-Series Fastback, Progressive Activity Sedan... call it what you will. Whatever moniker you give it, BMW has evidently crossed the Rubicon and there's no turning back. As expected based upon BMW's previously leaked roster of 2009 reveals, the 5-Series -based hatchback has been approved. Called "one of the bravest designs ever signed off by BMW," it is BMW's take on everything-all-the-time: a flexible, luxury GT.
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