Teasers of the much-awaited G30 BMW 5 Series have surfaced yet again – this time, the executive sedan has been seen in stills of a promotional video captured by BMWBlog, showing a number of key design details.

The most prominent view we get is of the rear end, which shows L-shaped tail lights and a subtle integrated rear spoiler, giving it a look that’s almost Honda City-like – although we’d say that the City’s rear end was inspired by BMWs in the first place. Another photo shows the M Sport rear bumper, which gets a gloss black rear valence and trapezoidal exhaust exits.

A side profile silhouette photo reveals little, bar from a secondary swage line that follows the C pillar Hofmeister kink, much like the current 7 Series, plus the same balanced proportions as its predecessor. As for the headlights, they look to feature the same “corona ring” LED daytime running light design as on newer BMWs, but in a more angular hexagonal shape.

One more photo shows the interior of the car, which is very much reminiscent of the 7 Series, right down to the Bowers & Wilkins sound system with glowing speakers and tweeters. BMW itself has also released another video, the third in its series of five teasers that it is showing in the days before the launch – although to be honest, there isn’t much in there that hasn’t been revealed so far.

Previous teasers have showed the car’s Remote 3D View feature, as well as the semi-autonomous Steering and Lane Control Assist system. More details of the new G30 BMW 5 Series can be found here.