2017 BMW 5er (G30): BMW 540i und BMW 530d xDrive Test / Review (ENGLISH Subtitles) - Autophorie | More info
Das zweite Jahreshighlight des Jahres 2016 bittet zum ersten Test. Der neue BMW 5er (G30) zeigt sich hier direkt in der Motorisierung BMW 540i mit Hinterradantrieb, sowie als BMW 530d xDrive mit Allradantrieb.
Neben einem flotten Ausflug zum Design und den Merkmalen, geht es natürlich vor allem um den Fahreindruck der beiden Reihensechszylindern, sowie um das brandneue Interieur des neuen BMW 5er.
Was dabei natürlich auch nicht fehlen darf, ist der direkte Vergleich mit der Mercedes-Benz E-Klasse.
Technische BMW 540i:
R6 2.998 ccm 8-Gang-Steptronic
250 kW / 340 PS @ 5.500 – 6.500 U/min
450 Nm @ 1.380 – 5.200 U/min
5,1 Sekunden auf 100 km/h
250 Km/h VMAX
159 Gramm CO2 pro km
Technische Daten BMW 530d xDrive:
R6 2.993 ccm 8-Gang-Steptronic
195 kW/ 265 PS @ 4.000 U/min
620 Nm @ 2.000 – 2.500 U/min
250 km/h VMAX
142 Gramm CO2 pro km
Ab 45.200 EUR (520d, 6-Gang-Manuell, RWD)
BMW 540i (8-Gang-Steptronic, RWD) ab 57.700 EUR
BMW 530d xDrive (8-Gang-Steptronic, AWD) ab 56.900 EUR
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This is the 7th Generation 5 series from BMW. The 530i has 248 Horsepower with 258 foot pounds of torque. 0 to 60 MPH in 6 seconds. You get 19 inch M double spoke wheels style 664M with M Sport Package. The vehicle is longer & taller than the previous generation F10. Lighter, faster and more efficient. Follow Trish on Instagram at bmw_trisha. Revtime with Trish. BMW Review. Car Review.
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The all-new 2017 BMW 5 Series sedan goes official today, featuring new looks, a new engine line-up, more in-car technology, and new driver assistance systems.
Launching globally in early 2017, BMW says the new 5 Series features “further enhanced dynamics, an unbeatable line-up of assistance systems, and unmatched degree of connectivity and a new and innovative operating system”.
Measuring 4936mm long, 1868mm wide and 1479mm tall, the seventh-generation 5 Series is 37mm longer, 8mm wider and 15mm taller than its predecessor.
Despite its larger size, the new 5 Series sedan is up to 100kg lighter than its predecessor, thanks to the increased use of lightweight materials including aluminium and high-strength steels in its construction.
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The new chassis also means the dimensions of the 5 Series have increased slightly over the outgoing model’s, with the wheelbase now 7mm longer, and the overall length of the car stretching by 36mm. The new model is also 6mm wider and 2mm taller than its predecessor, while boot capacity has been increased by 10 litres to 530 litres.
For the first time BMW will also launch a 530e plug-in hybrid version of the 5 Series, which will become part of the recently launched iPerformance line-up. Its powertrain will comprise a 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine and electric motor, which jointly develop 249bhp and 420Nm of torque. More significantly, BMW claims the 530e will also be capable of 141.2mpg with CO2 emissions of 46g/km.
The most efficient diesel model is the 520d EfficientDynamics edition, which is powered by a 187bhp 2.0-litre diesel paired with an eight-speed automatic gearbox. It is claimed to return up to 72.4mpg and emit just 102g/km of CO2. The standard 520d uses the same engine but is the only model with a six-speed manual gearbox, and as a result economy drops to 67.3mpg and CO2 emissions go up to 108g/km.
A more powerful 530d uses a 261bhp 3.0-litre six-cylinder diesel, is capable of 0-62mph in 5.7 seconds and a claimed 62.8mpg. Along with the standard 520d it is also available with xDrive all-wheel drive.
As for petrol engines, buyers will have two options from launch: a 248bhp four-cylinder turbo badged as the 530i, plus a more powerful 335bhp six-cylinder turbo that’s badged 540i. Both are also available with four-wheel drive.
Shortly after the 5 Series is launched next year, BMW will introduce a flagship M550i xDrive version that will be powered by a 455bhp 4.4-litre V8. The company claims the model will be capable of covering the 0-62mph sprint in just 4.0 seconds – three tenths of a second faster than the current 552bhp M5.
Another first is BMW’s Integral Active Steering system, which is a convoluted way of describing a rear-wheel-steering set-up that should boost agility. It can be specified in conjunction with xDrive, too.
BMW has also added the latest autonomous systems to the optional active cruise control, active steering and lane-keeping assistance systems. At up to 130mph the 5 Series will be able to take control of steering, acceleration and braking inputs when called upon.
Also new is the 7 Series-inspired dashboard and centre console design, along with a new 10.25-inch touchscreen, which features wireless Apple CarPlay connectivity – a first on any production car.
BMW’s own iDrive infotainment system can be controlled via the swivel wheel on the centre console, while certain functions such as changing the stereo volume and answering phone calls can be operated via gesture control.
“We also have a lot of new innovations to help in daily business life,” Hacker added. Many of these new features will appear for the first time in the new 5 Series as part of BMW’s ConnectedDrive.
The most significant is a new Parking Assistant function that finds empty parking spots, while a new Remote Parking system is able to park the car automatically without anyone behind the wheel. Elsewhere inside, BMW has added a WiFi hotspot for up to 10 devices, more spacious storage areas and inductive phone charging.
To boost refinement on the move, sound absorbers have been integrated into the headliner, while acoustic glass has also been fitted on all models.
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