2018 BMW 530i Touring review | Auto Car

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2017 BMW 530i M Sport Start-Up and Full Vehicle Tour

Hello everyone! Today's video will be about the Malaysian-spec 2017 BMW 530i four door saloon with the 2.0 litre B48B20 turbocharged petrol engine producing 249hp/252PS paired to an 8-speed sport automatic in the M Sport trim. Below is the list of current 5-Series four door saloon variants available in Malaysia as of 11th April 2017. I arranged it from the cheapest to the most expensive. 530i M Sport sport automatic Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/alexlovesmac Twitter - https://twitter.com/alexlovesmac308 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/alexlovesmac/ Enjoy and thank you for watching! Regards, alexlovesmac

BMW 530e iPerformance 252HP (Hybrid) "review"

So how does a hybrid work? The basic idea is simple – the car has two engines. A classic internal combustion one as well as an electric motor. In this BMW, both power the rear wheels. Perhaps you've heard me talk about the weight of cars before and how much every extra kilogram affects its handling and consumption. Why, then, would you want to drive around with a heavy electric motor and batteries? The answer lies in that very motor. Electric motors have mountains of torque, which is available as soon as you power it. This means it's absolutely fantastic for acceleration, the act for which classic engines drink the most fuel for. This hybrid allows you to cruise around a city exclusively on electric drive. The beauty of the integrated system is it will automatically turn on the internal combustion engine if required and help accelerate.

BRAND NEW: BMW 530d TOURING SPORT LINE DETAILS !!

Am Samstag den 20.05.17 wurde der neue BMW 530d Touring bei B&K in Detmold vorgestellt. Ich habe die Möglichkeit genutzt um euch ein paar Detail Aufnahmen zu machen. Viel Spaß mit dem Video!

The Upcoming BMW 5 Series Long Wheelbase 2018 BMW 530Li Was Spotted

The M550i xDrive and the electrified 530e iPerformance join the 5 Series lineup for the 2018 model year. Full Merino leather and an Anthracite Alcantara headliner are now available and a leather dashboard is now a stand-alone option. BMW also revised and added some equipment packages to the lineup. The 5 Series sedan slots right in the middle of BMW’s sedan lineup, above the 3 Series but below the flagship 7 Series. In price, the 5 Series is positioned above the 4 Series lineup but below the more expensive 6 Series Gran Coupe and convertible. The entry-level 530i and 530i xDrive (AWD) come powered by a 248-hp, 258-lb-ft of torque 2.0-liter turbocharged I-4 engine that delivers an EPA-rated 24/34 mpg city/highway and 23/33 mpg respectively. The 530e and 530e xDrive plug-in models are rated at 29 mpg combined and 28 mpg combined and can drive up to 16 miles and 15 miles on all-electric power respectively. Both plug-in models are equipped with a 180-hp, 255-lb-ft of torque 2.0-liter turbocharged I-4 paired to an electric motor that produces a combined power output of 248 hp and 310 lb-ft. A 335-hp, 332-lb-ft 3.0-liter turbocharged I-6 powers the 540i (20/30 mpg) and 540i xDrive (20/29 mpg). The M550i xDrive model packs a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V-8 that churns out a potent 456 hp and 480 lb-ft of torque and delivers 16/25 mpg. All engines are backed by an eight-speed automatic, and an M5 model is on the way. Standard features for the 2018 5 Series include 18-inch double spoke light alloy wheels, adaptive LED headlights and LED fog lights, 16-way power adjustable driver’s seat, an 8.8-inch digital cluster, a 205-watt 12-speaker audio system, iDrive 6.0, BMW navigation with a 10.2-inch touchscreen, and interior ambient lighting with 11 colors to choose from. For driving enthusiasts, the available Dynamic Handling Package on the M550i includes Integral Active Steering, an adaptive system that increases steering speed at low speeds and decreases it at high speeds in addition to rear-wheel steering. The package also consists of the Active Roll Stabilization system and the Adaptive M Suspension plus that delivers a great combination of comfort and handling.

► 2017 BMW 5 Series - INTERIOR

Intuitive usability and extensive comfort. With even greater user-friendliness as its goal, the new BMW 5 Series is equipped with the latest-generation iDrive system. In top specification, it displays navigation, telephone and entertainment features, plus vehicle functions, on a high-resolution 10.25-inch screen. The system can be operated using the iDrive Controller, by voice command or gestures, or by touching the display controls directly, as the driver wishes. The large, tile-style panels can be arranged as desired and show the content of the underlying menus in constantly updated form. The latest-generation full-colour BMW Head-Up Display has a projection surface that is 70 per cent larger than before and displays traffic signs, telephone listings, radio stations, music tracks, navigation instructions and warnings from the assistance systems. Maximising the levels of on-board comfort are extended storage options, greater legroom for rear-seat passengers and comfort seats with massage function, not to mention innovative seat operation using touch sensors and four-zone climate control complete with ionisation and discreet air fragrancing. Special Synergy Thermoacoustic Capsule (SYNTAK) engine encapsulation technology, the acoustic glazing for the windscreen and the acoustic headliner bring about another noticeable reduction in noise levels inside the car. All headlight variants specified for the BMW 5 Series Sedan come as standard with LED technology. Available as an option are Adaptive LED Headlights with variable light distribution including adaptive roundabout lights and BMW Selective Beam anti-dazzle high beam with a range of up to 500 metres. Advanced link-up of man, machine and environment. The new BMW 5 Series also offers a compelling proposition in terms of connectivity. Extensive BMW ConnectedDrive features are joined by new services which lavish business travellers with extra comfort and save them time. These include the new ParkNow technology for digital parking space reservation and payment, the On-Street Parking Information intelligent parking space search function and the optional Parking Assistant, which detects empty spots and parks the vehicle automatically. Plus, the Microsoft Exchange service now enables Microsoft Office 365 users to sync emails, calendar entries and contacts and edit them inside their car. Meanwhile, the optional Remote Parking system allows the BMW 5 Series Sedan to be manoeuvred into even the tightest parking spaces remotely using the car key. And smartphone integration has been further improved – from Apple CarPlay (which, in a first for a carmaker, has been incorporated fully wirelessly), to inductive phone charging and the WiFi hotspot for up to ten devices. Personalised content through BMW Connected Onboard. BMW Connected, the personal digital mobility assistant from BMW, has been available in Europe since July 2016. The next development stage of the system, complete with additional services, is set to be introduced with the new BMW 5 Series. BMW Connected Onboard gives drivers an overview of their mobility-related information. Relevant content such as the upcoming navigation destinations and estimated arrival time recorded in their personal mobility agenda are transferred seamlessly into the car from their smartphone and displayed on the personalised screen. Remote 3D View allows drivers to call up three-dimensional views of the area around their car on their smartphone while on the move. And that means they need never lose sight of their car. Read More https://www.press.bmwgroup.com/global/article/detail/T0264349EN/the-new-bmw-5-series-sedan 2018 interior night lights G30 "SUBSCRIBE NOW"

2018 BMW 530i Touring review | Auto Car
Traditional large luxury wagons are thin on the ground these days, but BMW’s extra-practical 5 Series variant is a persuasive alternative to a posh SUV.
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