G30 BMW 5-Series in Carbon Black Wears Vossen Wheels

The all-new 5-Series range from BMW is definitely one of the best that the German based company has ever created, encompassing technology at its peak, the latest motorizations under the hood and a splashing design.

However, there are tuners willing to take one particular 5-er and transforming into something even more spectacular, giving away certain “flaws” that it comes with from the factory. Well, perhaps I overreacted a little bit.

Such spectacular 5-Series models come in different shapes, depending on the tuner company you choose to work with. For instance, the owner of the model in question below wanted something out of the ordinary for his ride.

The G30 BMW 5-Series seen below is wearing the magnificent Carbon Black Mettalic paintjob which makes it a real killer with the new set of wheels received from famous Vossen Wheels tuning firm. The wheels refer to Vossen CG-203 forged, measuring 20 x 9.5 and 20 x 11 front and rear, respectively. The concave design and split-five spoke configuration enhance the car`s aggressive looks and stance.

Besides the new set of wheels, this black G30 5-Series has also received some slight visual modifications, including black kidney grill at the front, black side sills and a couple more at the back.

No performance upgrades were carried out under the hood. In fact, it doesn’t need any new blood in the veins, at least not for the moment. Should someone need some, there are other tuners willing to take matter into their own hands.

As a reminder, the 2018 BMW 5-Series is offered with a wide variety of engines. In Europe for instance, it comes with a 2.0-liter turbo flat-four cylinder and 3.0-liter turbo diesel, in the 520d (190 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque), and 530d (265 horsepower and 457 lb-ft of torque), respectively. You can find more details in the media gallery below!


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Written by Eduard Huma

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