This is what the next-gen 2023 BMW 5 Series (G60) could look like

Shaun · Jul 8, 2021 11:01 AM

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Spyshots of the next-generation 2023 BMW 5 Series, widely reported to be codenamed G60, begun surfacing on the internet recently. Based on those photos, rendering wizard Nikita Chuiko from Kolesa had a go at visualizing it.

Keep in mind that this based on an early test mule, which may have additional panels underneath the camouflage to further disguise a few design cues. That being said, this rendering can still give a good idea of what the next-gen G60 BMW 5 Series could look like.

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From the front, the headlamps appear slimmer than the current G30 5 Series while the front grille has been expanded, though not the point of being categorised as a massive grille.

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Interestingly, it appears BMW has returned to the pull-up style door handles as opposed to the pull-out handles that are commonly featured today. This is said to improve aerodynamics and can be seen in the freshly-unveiled 2022 BMW 2 Series Coupe.

Also read: All-new 2022 BMW 2 Series Coupe is the last of the 'classic' format BMWs

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Other visual details observed include the ascending window line at the rear doors and a downward sloping boot lid.

BMW Blog reports that the G60 5 Series will enter production in 2023 with electrification from the get go. The current 530e and 545e powertrains could soldier on to the next generation, and joined by a full-electric version of the 5 Series.

Also read: All-electric BMW 5 Series coming soon as BMW ramps up its electrification line-up

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Details are scarce for now and more shall be revealed as we approach its debut, which won’t be happening so soon, possibly towards the tail-end of 2022.

Image credit: Kolesa.ru

Also read: Half of BMW’s engines will be gone by 2025, EV variants to cover 90% of segments

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Shaun

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The quest for automotive knowledge began as soon as the earliest memories. Various sources information, even questionable ones, have been explored including video games, television, magazines, or even internet forums. Still stuck in that rabbit hole.

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