Let's try to define this forum as being limited to luxury performance vehicles where the mainstream version in a typical configuration has an MSRP of at least $60k.
A luxury vehicle with a base price of $59k qualifies because it would typically be bought with some additional equipment, bringing the MSRP over $60k.
Vehicles like the E, 5, A6, M, or GS, even if available in certain versions over $60k, don't qualify because they are cars from companies that have higher end cars in their lineups.
Some good pics down there. The pic of the back of the car http://www.sueddeutsche.de/imperia/md/images/banner/auto/neuheiten/bmw/1.jpg definitely looks a bit unflattering and unfinished. It'd be much smoother if they somehow continued the rear-light-set into the trunk lid somehow, or created more continuity there...
I do overstate the point for the sake of the argument, but I think you can sense where I come from: no doubt BMW is a great car brand. But what makes them great is not necessarily design - different brands are made great by different strengths: Ferrari is performance and design, Mercedes competence and elegance, Rolls luxurious oppulence... and BMW is about competent technology. They've been upwardly mobile throughout their history, but I don't think they've yet build a super-car that made the world stand still just by standing there and being looked at. You got to sit behind the wheel of a BMW to appreciate their core competence.