BMW is expanding its 5 Series Touring line of wagons following the redesigned sedan introduced last year — except for North America, which will get only the M5 high-performance version. Styling follows the 5 Series sedan with sharp lines, the now-familiar pronounced grille, and a strong shoulder line, with the biggest difference being the full-length wagon roofline. There is a powertrain option for everyone, with the new all-electric i5, available in single-motor rear-wheel-drive or dual-motor all-wheel-drive versions. ICE options include four and six-cylinder turbodiesel mild hybrids, with a plug-hybrid coming later in 2024. Inside is BMW's Curved Display with a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster and a 14.9-inch Control Display, with video streaming and in-car gaming through BMW's AirConsole platform. A hands-free driving assistant that can operate at speeds of up to 85 MPH will also be available. The new 5 Series Touring hits everywhere except the US in May.