Munich Police Receive New BMW F11 5-Series Touring

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The Munich Police are receiving a fleet of all-new BMW F11 5-Series Touring vehicles.

BMW and the Munich Police are continuing their long-term collaboration with the new F11 BMW 5-Series Touring, which is now set to enter the police fleet. The squad cars will feature a green and white paint job with reflective contour markings and inscriptions specially designed by the BMW Group design team. The siren lights on the roof can be controlled by using the iDrive controller. The police vehicles will also come equipped with front and rear view cameras.

The BMW 5-Series Touring is no longer available in the United States (where it would be called a wagon), but it (and wagons in general) remains very popular amongst European customers. Considered a versatile and classy vehicle type, the design of the new 5-Series Touring features a long hood, short overhangs and a steeply inclined roofline. The BMW F11 5-Series Touring begins at €42,600 for the 184hp 520d model and the cheapest gasoline variant, the 523i, which produces 204hp, begins at €44,500.

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