BMW M5 Competition Edition: The Most Powerful M Model Car

Posted: Jul 22 2016, 10:11am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


BMW M5 Competition Edition: The Most Powerful M Model Car
  • BMW M5 Competition Edition to hit Market Soon

Special Edition M5 is going to hit the market with limited 200 units soon.

The BMW M5 Competition Edition is going to be released soon. Only 200 units of this car will be released. The special edition is introduced in order to celebrate the F10 generation M5 Saloon as it is going to reach its end of life soon.

The special edition car has a lot to offer to you. Its power has been increased from the previous models. It will showcase a horsepower of 592bhp as compared to the older 552bhp. The torque has been given a boost in the special edition to. It will showcase the torque of 516 lb. ft. instead of a 50 lb. ft. the Saloon will be available in market for £100,995.

The BMW M Competition Package has loads of things to offer including carbon panel on the exterior body. The car will have rear diffuser mirror caps, 20 inches Jet black alloy wheels, and glossy black grille on the front which is the trademark of BMW. This car will be offered in only two paint colors including Mineral White and Carbon Black color.

The cars will come with special engravings such as “1/200” in order to differentiate the special edition. The power upgrade led to the high speed as well. The car will be able to hit 62mph from 0 in mere 3.9 seconds. The top speed of the car is 3.9 secs. The car will be able to provide an extra boost from ECU.

BMW M5 Competition Edition will have many luxuries to choose from as well. It will cater LED highlights and reversing camera. The car will also feature tailgate, heated seats and Bang & Olufsen sound system. It will also have electric rear sun blinds.

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