The BMW 5 series continues to be tailor-made to the tastes of the driver with multiple options of Sedan or Gran Turismo, but those enhancements just got better. Resembling a slightly larger 3 Series, the 5 Series comes standard with LED headlights that fit around the twin-kidney grille that drivers have come to expect from the series. Adaptive LED headlights are also an option that is available this year. New this year are larger taillights containing LED elements which wrap further around the fender than in previous years. Compared to the 6th generation 2016, the 7th generation really shines with its redesigned side profile. Its far more athletic and muscular, allowing the hockey stick to perfectly fit with the redesigned Hofmeister Kink. There are many engines to choose from as well. On the 530i there is a 248hp, 2.0L engine with 258lb-ft of torque. The 540i now features BMWs 3.0L turbocharged engine that makes 335hp and 332lb-ft of torque. This engine also boasts 0 to 60 of 4.9 seconds, with all-wheel drive knocking 0.2 seconds off that figure. The M550i features a 4.4L TwinPower Turbo V8 engine that makes 456hp and a 0-60 of 3.9 seconds. BMW Assist can offer an emergency switchboard, navigation system, and information service all in one on an integrated 10.3-inch screen. The lowest model starts with twelve speakers and options are available for many more sound packages. Existing upgrades for the tech enthusiast are iPad holders and snap-in adapters for Apple products and Blackberry make working from the car a breeze. In addition, rear view, side and top view cameras are all options for safety. Standard safety features include airbags, safety belt reminders, anti-theft alarm system, and an interlocking door anchoring system.