SG: Introducing The New BMW M5

SG: Introducing The New BMW M5

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
21 Oct 2013

The BMW M5 Competition was specifically devised to boost the handling properties of the BMW M5. With it, the output of the high-revving V8 engine with M TwinPower Turbo technology is raised to 575 hp.

The appearance of the BMW M5's M "kidney grille" now features the model designation and its slats cite the double-spoke design of the M light alloys. In addition to standard xenon headlights, there is now the standard Adaptive LED Headlights which emit a bright white light generated by a pair of LED units situated horizontally in the middle of each light ring.

A standard feature on the BMW M5 are the new-design tail lights with strikingly thin LED light strips that generate a high contrast and add to the night-time look. The glare-free High Beam Assistant is also available as standard.

The interior of the sedan has also gained an increase in volume of the storage compartment under the armrest in the centre console area. The Control Display of the standard-fitted iDrive operating system now features chrome trim on the sides. For the first time, the standard Touch Controller is available with a touch-sensitive surface allowing, for example, characters to be entered when programming a destination for the navigation system.

BMW Individual will also offer a range of new exterior colours for the BMW M5, including Pure Metal Silver, Pyrite Brown metallic, Frozen Blue metallic, with further BMW Individual matt paintwork finishes, as well as exclusive leather shades (Cashmere Beige and Nutmeg). With the BMW Individual paintwork Pure Metal Silver. This paintwork showcases the model’s lines and contours to even better effect and adds striking touches to the vehicle’s design.

Take a closer look at the new BMW M5 in our gallery.

Credits: Oneshift News Team

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