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The chiseled front bumper with the massive grille, which stems from BMW’s latest design language, doesn’t really go well with the simplistic look of the E60 5 series.


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An M3-inspired large mouth front bumper for the E60 5 series also includes an M5 emblem.

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A Chinese company makes a large mouth M3 front bumper available for the E60 5 series. It is of course inspired by the M3 and well according to the website on which it is available (Taobao.com) it also includes an emblem M5. While the photos are worthy, our team was divided over his appearance. While some of us thought it was a shame that the E60 5 Series now looks like a Bugs Bunny with rounded teeth, some really liked it. So clearly it is not only the Chinese who love it, but yes some in India love it too.

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M3 big mouth front bumper for E60 5 series is listed on Taobao website

But we have to say it out loud, the chiseled front bumper with the massive grille, which stems from BMW’s latest design language, doesn’t really go well with the simplistic look of the E60 5 series. Now we know that The E60 was a pretty drastic change in design from its predecessor, the E39, but with the new bumper it clearly looks like it got bitten off more than it could chew!

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