BMW refiner Hartge present their first 5-series GT. There are just
very few changes to the conversion, however the car looks great.
While the standard model appears a bit odd because of its size,
being positioned between station wagon and SUV, the modifications
add zest and nobleness to it.
Nothing but a set of lowering springs and 22 Inch wheels turn it
into a distinctive business car, concerning the exterior.
Hartge offers a pedal set, and some logos to replace BMW's badges.
That's not much, but restyling is not about measures but results.
Also AC Schnitzer present wheels for the new 5-series GT. In contrast
to Hartge they have several options on stock. Being 19 Inch in diameter,
the 5-spoke design, named Type IV, is the smallest one. There's also a
20 Inch version of it.
This is the smallest size of the Type V, that's
also available in 22 Inch. It features a 5-spoke design too and it is
very similar to the Type IV. The multi-piece rims, on the other hand,
are very different.
Type VII appears to be inspired the classic cross-spoke design, the Type
VIII has got a double-spoke layout. Both are gettable in 22 Inch only.
All wheels can be ordered in two width, to mount a wider one at the