2023 BMW 5-Series: Redesign Info, Pricing, Release Date

Joel Patel
Automotive Editor - April 7, 2022

Redesign Info

The current BMW 5-Series is starting to age, having come out in 2017 as a fully redesigned vehicle. For the upcoming 2023 model year, BMW is looking to make the 5-Series more competitive with a redesign.

At the time of writing, we’ve only seen spy photos of pre-production 2023 BMW 5-Series sedans. Based on the images, we can see that the upcoming 5-Series will continue to have a smaller version of BMW’s kidney grilles, rounded headlights, slim taillights, and rounded body panels. Along the side, it looks like the new 5-Series could come with flush door handles. Based on the pre-production models, it looks like BMW listened to feedback it received from the more radical 4-Series and penned a more conservative design for the 2023 5-Series.

We haven’t seen any images of the 2023 BMW 5-Series sedan’s interior yet. The sedan’s cabin is expected to get an overhaul with a new design, more screens, and a redesigned center console with fewer controls. We expect to see the infotainment screen move further down the dashboard, the center console to have a single thin line of buttons, and the steering wheel to have a new look. As a midsize luxury vehicle, we also expect BMW to fit the new 5-Series with more premium materials.

Tech features for the 2023 BMW 5-Series haven’t been confirmed yet, but we expect the midsize sedan to arrive with even more features. The current 5-Series is available with a 12.3-inch touchscreen, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, navigation, gesture control, and 16 audio speakers. The 5-Series is expected to arrive with BMW’s latest iDrive infotainment system.

BMW hasn’t said anything about the upcoming 5-Series sedan’s available powertrains yet. We believe that the sedan will continue to come with a standard turbocharged four-cylinder engine and be available with turbocharged six- and eight-cylinder engines. Hybrid and plug-in hybrid engines are expected to be available. BMW will also be coming out with an all-electric version of the 5-Series called the i5.

The 2023 5-Series is expected to arrive with more advanced safety features than the current model on sale. The current 5-Series comes with blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, pedestrian detection, traffic sign recognition, a driver drowsiness monitor, and lane departure warning as standard. Available safety features include park assist, a surround-view parking camera, lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, a head-up display, and a front-facing camera.

Pricing & Release Date

BMW hasn’t confirmed when the 2023 BMW 5-Series will come out. We believe the sedan will go on sale later this summer. Pricing for the vehicle hasn’t been announced yet, but the vehicle could cost more than the current 5-Series which starts at $55,195 with destination.

The BMW 5-Series will compete against the Audi A6, Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Genesis G80, and Lexus ES.

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