On the occasion of the 2012 New York International Auto Show (NYIAS), BMW has announced U.S. pricing for the 2013 BMW M5. Including destination and handling, the all-new BMW M5 is priced at $90,695.
Compared to the last U.S. M5 price (2010 E60 M5) of $85,700, that’s a price increase of ‘only’ $5,000 or 5.8%. Some other markets saw bigger price increases (UK, Germany) while the price for the M5 in Canada is even lower than for the outgoing model.
As we reported before, BMW has decided to wait for the 2013 BMW M5 and skip the 2012 model year. As production for the 2013 models will start in July 2012, we expect the first M5 models to hit U.S. dealer showroom floors in September. There are no … CONTINUED
The F10 M5 will not hit US shores until August/September, but that hasn’t stopped US members from imagining how they will configure their future M5s. Some even already have project M5 plans, such as this M5POST member who plans a Java Green M5 project car, inspired by the BMW Individual Java Green M3s we’ve seen come out of Europe and the BMW M dealership in Munich.
Check out a preview of the project Java Green M5 and some plans inside.
The folks at TheRightWrong reviews the 2012 M5 F10 and gives us a unique look deep into Singapore’s exclusive BMW M dealership – Munich Auto.
Congrats to M5POST member DonCantona (from Qatar) for taking delivery of his monte carlo blue M5 F10! He gives us a brief owner’s review along with some nice blue eye candy.
US M5 F10 pricing will be released next week upon the 2012 NYIAS and production of US market cars begin in July. Canadian market M5s have begun to come off the production line on their way to Canadian members.
On this episode of Ignition (Episode 9), Carlos Lago finds out what happens when you strap a pair of turbos to an M car. Does this latest M5 live up to the legend of the naturally aspirated M5s of yore? View episode inside.
BMW of North America today announced that the all-new 560 horsepower 2013 M5 Sedan will participate in the grueling One Lap of America event starting May 4, 2012. Instructors from the BMW Performance Center, located in Spartanburg, South Carolina, will drive the 3,300 mile tour that originates in South Bend, Indiana and incorporates highway, skid pad, drag strip, and closed course racing during the eight day event.
“The fifth generation M5 will compete for the new ‘Showroom Stock’ recognition within the Luxury Sedan class at One Lap of America, which serves as the perfect opportunity to demonstrate its performance capabilities as well as those of the BMW Performance Center instructors,” said Dan Gubitosa, BMW Performance Center Manager. The new BMW M5 will arrive in authorized US BMW … CONTINUED
Nicely produced video of an Alpine White F10 M5 looking beautiful and matching the Slovenian winter setting. Produced and shot by Makoma Novo Mesto.
Motortrend gets its hand on the F10 M5 for an in depth evaluation and performance testing. They achieved an impressive 3.7sec 0-60mph and 11.9sec quarter mile (@ 120.3mph).
Along the way they call the F10 M5 probably the best M5 ever, from driver feedback to all-out performance. We see their complaint about the large gap between comfort and sport mode as a positive as it means that the new M5′s range and effectiveness while wearing its many hats is better than ever.
Check out the full review and performance figures inside.
As seen here, the first batch of 2012 BMW M5 models for the North American market (Canada) have completed production and are now loaded on carriers to begin their journey to owners in Canada!
Canada gets the F10 M5 before the US, with limited allocations of 2012 model year M5s available. The full Canadian 2012 M5 price list (full list) was released recently, with the starting base price set at $101,500 CAD.
The US will not receive the 2012 model year M5 and production of the 2013 M5 for the US market will begin in July (for September delivery. US F10 M5 pricing, ordering, and brochures will be released in 2 weeks – concurrently with the 2012 NY International Autoshow. European Delivery for the M5 is expected to … CONTINUED