BMW Progressive Activity Sedan Set to be Unveiled in Frankfurt in 2009

BMW is going to unveil the Progressive Activity Sedan (PAS) at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2009 according to Auto Motor und Sport.

The 5-Series based sedan will take a lot of styling cues from the recently introduced X6 SAV. It will feature a hatchback design, a raised ride height and be about an inch longer than the X6. Most of the sedan’s mechanicals will come from the 5 and 7-Series. All-wheel-drive will also be optional.

The PAS is expected to go on sale shortly after its unveiling in September 2009.

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