German tuning firm, Prior Design, has become quite the specialist in outfitting high-end vehicles with impressive aerodynamic kits. Apparently, they’ve become so good at it that they’re releasing these programs one at a time at an increasingly frequent rate.

Prior Design’s latest project involves the new BMW 5-Series F10 sedan and true to form, they’ve done yet another remarkable job. As a whole, the program includes plenty of new carbon fiber additions, particularly the new front apron, which by the way comes with LED daytime running lights. There’s also a new integrated carbon fiber spoiler, sill extensions, a carbon fiber rear window spoiler, and a specially built diffuser insert that frames the 5er’s stainless steel quad tailpipes.

To top it all off, the BMW’s hood comes with a print design that we can only describe as a little bit "leopard-ish." We certainly don’t know how it fits into the whole program and the 5-Series’ stature as a luxury car, but if Prior Design wants to include it with their program, we certainly won’t question their credibility in that regard.

Performance modifications were most likely not left undone, but that doesn’t mean the BMW 5-Series needs one, especially when you consider that power for the car can go all the way up to 407 horsepower, courtesy of an eight-cylinder engine boasting BMW’s TwinPower Turbo Technology and High Precision Injection.

  • 2012 BMW 5-Series by Prior Design
  • Year:
    2012
  • Make:
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  • Engine:
    eight cylinder engine
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    407
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12 comments:

  (517) posted on 07.5.2012

I don’t like the skin on the hood. Do they have other colors to match with the animal print?

  (570) posted on 07.4.2012

Do they have any colors aside from white? I don’t think that the white color will match the sporty look of this 5-Series.

  (434) posted on 05.15.2012

Fashionable ladies must be fond of this one. For a practical person like me, it’s just a no-no.

  (526) posted on 04.24.2012

If only it is possible to have it without its hood, I’d take it. The design is horrible to me.

  (427) posted on 04.19.2012

Aside from its design, I think the specifications are well-maintained.

  (306) posted on 03.28.2012

Is Prior a clothes designer? I think BMW has picked a wrong company. On the other hand, the other modifications are good aside from that hood.

  (531) posted on 03.6.2012

It could look better without the printed hood. Nevertheless, this is a good news to those animal-prints obsessed individuals who also happen to be automotive enthusiasts.

  (401) posted on 01.11.2012

Seriously, I don’t like the color of this model but the model itself has it’s good concept. It has a powerful output that can truly give a nice speed on this vehicle.

  (342) posted on 01.10.2012

Well, no need for BMW to have their articles updated about the engine specification of their cars, we could all predict any it. Anyway, I don’t like the design of its front hood.

  (459) posted on 01.9.2012

Seriously, I don’t like the color of this model but the model itself has it’s good concept. It has a powerful output that can truly give a nice speed on this vehicle.

  (378) posted on 01.4.2012

What’s with the wood of this BMW? Haha. To be honest I really don’t know if I am going to be impressed or not with this one. But I find unique for a luxury car.

  (692) posted on 01.1.2012

I’m so impressed with the leopard-ish on the front hood of this vehicle! Moreover, it’s really a good thing that it has a powerful output that can truly give a nice speed on this vehicle. By the way, I love the body paint of it.

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