2017 BMW M5, one of the best high performance sports sedans on the market, is offering not only luxury features but also a massively powerful drivetrain.
2017 BMW M5 – Changes
2017 BMW M5 2017 exterior will be changed, so the car should receive the new front end from the 5-Series with integrated headlights into the front mask. New LED lamps both in the front and at the back as well as a completely new exhaust and new type of xDrive wheels. On the inside there are also going to be a few changes. New fabulous model brings aluminum or carbon fiber instead of the usual wood or odd looking chromed pieces. On top of that, the instrument cluster is very likely going to receive a big 10 inch screen instead of the 2 usual dials which could also be carried over to the lesser versions of the 5-Series. Advanced featuresconnection options including Wi-Fi, satellite navigation, USB ports, smart phone connectivity, wireless Bluetooth and 4 zone climate control system as standard with a strong seat belts and airbags and other safety system that has been recognized for exceptional vehicles from German producer. This car is really something special on the market, ready to shake every competition. Most serious is 2017 Audi A7.
2017 BMW M5 Engine Options
2017 BMW M5 2017 will use same engine as the current version. However, M division brings base model with around 590HP, and competition package will likely see a boost to around 620HP and well over 550 lb-ft of torque. The rear wheel drive system and its 7-speed dual-clutch automatic are going to be kept on the base but M5 to get all wheel drive which will make it not only faster of the line than the current model. M5 xDrive is likely going to hit 60 MPH in under 3.2 seconds while its top speed should be limited to 190 MPH.
2017 BMW M5 Release Date and Price
2017 BMW M5 price will not change all that much with the base model being expected to be around $95,000, very similar to the current M model. However, the new M5 version of the car should cost well over $120,000, nearly $15,000. The new M5 should be ready to be revealed to the public in the mid 2016.