2014 BMW 5 Series Facelift Caught For The First Time

The current, sixth generation BMW 5 Series (F10) made its debut in 2009 and was launched to the market in 2010.

Here we have the first pictures of the 2014 BMW 5 Series facelift, that is expected to debut within 12 months as a 2014 year model.

The changes to the rear include new tail lights with LED strips and a new rear bumper, similar to the 7 Series facelift.

The front has more camouflage, hiding new headlights and a new bumper design. It also looks like the grille is revised.

Part of the facelift is likely also upgraded interior and minor changes to the engine range.


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