The German F10 M5 configurator has gone online — at BMW Germany’s website. F10 M5 intent owners and tire kickers can now see the different M5 configurations available (at least for Germany).
The Configurator can be found at http://www.bmw.de/de/de/general/conf…figurator.html
The BMW.com M5 visualizer has also been available since June.
The F10 M5 starts at 102,700 euros in Germany (equivalent of 148,129 USD). For comparison, the last price for the E60 M5 (Sep 2010) was EUR 94,700 which means a price increase of roughly 8.5%. Applying the same increase of 8.5% to the last US price (2010 M5) of $85,700, the new BMW M5 would be priced at $93,000 for the US. (* It’s important to note however that the U.S. market doesn’t just follow other markets and … CONTINUED
The new 2012 BMW M5 will be priced at EUR 102,700 in Germany. For comparison, the last price for the E60 M5 (Sep 2010) was EUR 94,700 which means a price increase of roughly 8.5%.
Earlier this week, BMW announced the price for the UK at £73,040 for UK buyers. The last UK price for the E60 M5 was £67,300 which also tranlsates to a price increase of 8.5%.
Applying the same increase of 8.5% to the last US price (2010 M5) of $85,700, the new BMW M5 would be priced at $93,000 for the US.
The German price list also gives away some more details. To answer a common question — the M5′s metallic blue brake calipers are standard equipment. In other word, you’ll always get the blue … CONTINUED
The first pricing for the F10 M5 is in – for the UK. The 2012 M5 will be priced at £73,040 for UK buyers. At current conversion rates, this is approximately $118,306 US Dollars. Keep in mind however that the new M5 will be priced lower in the US. To give you a basis of comparison – the 2008 E60 M5 cost £65,890 in the UK, while costing $82,900 for the US.
Of course currency rates were different in 2008 than now, but using the same UK-US price ratio difference (~25%) from the 2008 model, the 2012 M5 would cost $91,895 in the US.