World Premiere: 2020 BMW F90 M5 Edition 35 Years

The limited production BMW M5 is revealed in order to commemorate three and a half decades of exhilarating 4-door performance sedans

The special edition BMW F90 M5 dubbed the “BMW M5 Edition 35 Years” is revealed in order to commemorate 35 years of the high-performance coupe. The vehicle is based on the current M5 Competition, the most powerful and most capable M5 to date. Furthermore, the vehicle is set to be produced in just 350 units globally, making it one of the most highly coveted M5’s to ever be revealed. In turn, we have no doubt that this will be a highly sought of after collectors car that any BMW ///M fan will need to have in his collection.

In a nutshell, the vehicle is powered by the same inline six-cylinder engine found in the BMW M5 Competition. It delivers 617 horsepower and 553lb-ft of torque, allowing the high-performance sedan to accelerate from 0-100km/h (0-62mph) in just 3.1 seconds. Ultimately, the BMW M5 Edition 36 Years will hit a top speed of 305km/h (189mph).

With an uprated engine, an M Sport exhaust system, the eight-speed M Steptronic transmission system, packed with M xDrive, this BMW M5 will undoubtedly be a formidable weapon – both on and off the track. BMW will release this limited production edition of the M5 in one single color scheme, the rather fetching and gorgeous looking BMW Individual Frozen Drak Grey II metallic paint finish. Furthermore, the vehicle comes with several design additions, such as the lightweight 20-inch Y-Spoke design wheels finished in Graphite Gray or the M compound brake system, featuring brake calipers finished in a classy high-gloss black finish.

The U.S production is slated to be done in September through October 2019, with deliveries following shortly. The MSRP for United States customers is set at MSRP of $128,995 including destination and gas guzzler tax.

You can take a look at the complete media gallery of the 2020 BMW M5 Edition 35 years right below.

Source: BMW AG

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