When did the BMW E34 530i come out?
There are two versions of the E34 530i: an inline-six model produced from 1988 to 1990, and a V8 model produced from 1993 to 1995. The earlier model was one of the last applications of the BMW M30 inline-six engine.
When did BMW add the 540i to the 5 Series?
In 1992, the 540i model was added to the top of the 5 Series lineup, powered by the M60 V8 engine and available in both sedan and wagon body styles (the latter not in US).
When did BMW stop making the 5 Series?
BMW replaced the E34 with the E39 5 Series in December 1995, although E34 Touring models remained in production until June 1996. The E34 generation included the first all-wheel drive 5 Series with the 525iX, and the first V8 in a 5 Series.
What kind of engine does a BMW 518i have?
The base model, available only in Europe with a total of 53,248 units produced, was initially powered by the four-cylinder M40 engine, which was replaced by the M43 in 1994. The 518i was available in sedan or wagon body styles, but with only a 5-speed manual for the transmission.
Is there a BMW 5 Series E34 body kit?
Look no further than our 1989-1996 BMW 5 Series E34 body kit and aerodynamics catalog. For over 10 years we have been an authorized Duraflex dealer and guarantee the lowest price. E34 upgrades include body kits, bumper lips, front and rear bumpers, side skirts, spoilers and more.
How tall is the BMW E34 in inches?
In December 1987, the E34 sedan was unveiled to global press. Sedan models have a length of 4,720 mm (185.8 in), a width of 1,750 mm (68.9 in) and a height of 1,412 mm (55.6 in). Wagon models have a length of 4,720 mm (185.8 in) and a height of 1,420 mm (55.9 in).
Who was the designer of the BMW E34?
Designed by Ercole Spada and later finalized by J Mays, the E34 seemed to borrow much of the styling on the BMW E32 7-series, known for its aerodynamics yet also seen as heavier and less nimble than its predecessor.