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With over 7.6 million BMW 5-Series sedans sold since 1972, BMW aims to keep that momentum going with the seventh generation model. Though the design is more evolutionary, it's definitely the sportiest the 5-Series has ever looked with its strong lines, short front overhang, and the low-slung rear. 

The car will have a variety of power options that include 4-cylinder and 6-cylinder options that that range from the 248-hp 530i all the way up to the 335-hp all-wheel-drive 540i xDrive. 

Of course, you get a whole host of technology features and options that include semi-automated steering in traffic jams, their latest head-up display technology, iDrive 6.0 with gesture control, adaptive LED lamps standard, and even remote control parking.  The new BMW 5-Series will hit showrooms in February 2017.

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