BMW 5-Series (E39) 1996

The fourth generation of the BMW 5-Series was presented at the 1995 Frankfurt Motor Show. The new models showcased an outstanding innovation as the first massproduced car in the world to have an alloy chassis.
Despite featuring new safety and comfort features, the saloon was lighter than its predecessor. This was, in part, thanks to the first BMW 6-cylinder in-line engines to be manufactured entirely from aluminium. The type BMW 528i was positioned in the middle of the model series and developed into the most successful model in this BMW 5-Series on the basis of a balanced overall concept.








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