2018 BMW M5 realistically rendered based on leaks

Posted on: Feb 13, 2017 - 11:05am IST

Will go on sale early next year.

Soon after the seventh generation BMW 5 Series was unveiled, its M high-performance variant was leaked in CAD files. Based on them, BIMMERPOST has created renderings to preview the sixth generation BMW M5.

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The all-new BMW M5 will feature switchable all-wheel drive.

The 2018 BMW M5 (codename: BMW F90) is expected to incorporate the latest M styling elements from BMW M models such as the BMW M2. The all-new M5 should get high-gloss black double bar kidney grille with M emblem, modified front bumper with prominent air inlets that allow for freer airflow, unique lightweight alloy wheels and revised rear bumper with a rear diffuser and circular quad exhaust tips.

The new generation BMW 5 Series does not have the ‘Carbon Core’ structure unlike the latest BMW 7 Series but is still lighter by up to 100 kg. The next-gen BMW M5 could see a similar weight reduction. It will sport a 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 engine tuned to produce around 600 hp. Along with a dual-clutch transmission, the all-new M5 will have an all-wheel-drive system – a first for the M5.

The driver will be able to switch between rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive using different drive modes. It is reported that the new generation model will be capable of reaching 0-100 km/h in 3.5-3.6 seconds, much quicker than the current model (4.2 seconds). The top speed should still be limited to 250 km/h.

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The 2018 BMW M5 will be capable of reaching 0-100 km/h in 3.5-3.6 seconds.

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The 2018 BMW M5 will reportedly get its world premiere towards the end of 2017 and go on sale in early 2018. Its Indian launch should also happen next year.

2018 BMW M5 – Image Gallery (Renderings)

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