BMW releases Face lifted 5 and 6 series
German automakers BMW on Wednesday released the 5 and 6 series model of the Face-Lifted BMW in South Korea.
According to reports , the release of the 5 and 6 series is to show BMW’s strong and unwavering” commitment to the Northeast Asian market.
The German car maker during the digital world premiere at its driving centre in Incheon, just west of Seoul revealed the upgraded BMW 523d sedan, the 530e plug-in hybrid sedan, and the BMW 640i xDrive Gran Turismo model.
The head of BMW sales Pieter Nota in an online message commended South Korean government for managing the Corona Virus pandemic in the country.
He said “The fact that we can even host this event today at the Driving Center, underscores the decisive and comprehensive actions taken by Korea at an early stage, to slow the spread of the coronavirus.”
BMW said it planed to launch the three upgraded models in Korea in the fourth quarter of this year.
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