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Flags are sure to be flying at half mast in Munich, Germany. The sensational BMW 5-Series - a car which has dominated sales charts and awards ceremonies alike - is about to make its final run down the Bavarian company's production line.
Some people say that it's hard to improve on perfection, but BMW isn't one of them - and it cites the new 5-Series to prove the point.
It's rare enough to see an X5 smoking its tyres. But this shot is even more surprising, since the car pictured is actually powered by an economical hybrid petrol/electric engine.
Whilst we've seen official pictures of the bigger, better 5-Series saloon lately, this footage shows a prototype of the Touring on the N
After the 2005 3-Series was caught by our spies winter-testing somewhere north, close to the Russian border, we've now met prototypes of the car on the German N
In the world of cars, high-fliers have never had it so good. Take BMW's new diesel 7-Series. It has all the luxury of a big motor, with economy to rival family models that are a fraction of the size.
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