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BMW Progressive Activity Sedan Could Drop Pre-Geneva Motor Show

Posted in BMW, Cars, Concept Cars, Design, Foreign Cars, Geneva Motor Show, Luxury Cars, New Cars, Newsworthy, Sports Cars, SUV, Videos by Suzanne Denbow | January 30th, 2009 | 2 Responses |

Originally scheduled to debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March, sources claiming insider knowledge now say that BMW will host the grand unveiling of their new Progressive Activity Sedan (PAS) at a press event in Munich on February 11-12. Drawing its design basis from the 2010 BMW 5-Series, the new PAS shares the same powertrain as the 5-Series and in terms of interior cargo and passenger space, is intended to sit on the BMW lineup somewhere between the 5 Series sedan and the 5 Series wagon.

Although BMW has proven very tight-lipped regarding the specifics of the PAS, what little we do know has lead us to conclude that the BMW PAS concept is more of a suggestion of the next-gen 5 Series than it is an actual model variant. Thus, we would expect the natural progression of events to facilitate the new 2010 BMW 5 Series appearing before the PAS, but it certainly appears as though our initial expectations were incorrect. As we said, the information that BMW has been willing to provide on the new PAS has been scarce at best, but we did manage to get our hands on a teaser video illustrating the brainstorming process behind BMW’s newest XUV.

Check out the video after the jump.

Source: Autoblog

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  1. Rock517 says:

    I think I’d PAS.

  2. Might BMW build a Conservative Reactionary Sedan for those who feel Governor Palin is their dream MiLF? God help me, I know people who do.