2015BMWM5

BMW M5

Lose Two Cylinders, Gain Two Turbos, Take No Prisoners The first BMW M5, the humble E28 of 1984, had little idea of the performance bloodline it would sire. Its equally humble sales figures proved it: just 2,241 were built. Previous to the 2004 arrival of the E60 M5, the '84 original and the...

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2015 BMW M5
MSRP: $93,600 - $93,600
2014 BMW M5
MSRP: $92,900 - $92,900
2013 BMW M5
MSRP: $90,200 - $90,200
2010 BMW M5
MSRP: $85,700 - $85,700
2009 BMW M5
MSRP: $85,500 - $85,500
AWD BMW M5 is headed our way

Spy shots confirm that BMW is at least testing an all-wheel drive version of the M5, confirming previous rumors. The model likely wouldn't debut until the more powerful, next-gen model debuts and possibly only as an option.
Next BMW M5 could go all-wheel drive

New BMW M honcho Franciscus van Meel told Auto Express at the Detroit Auto Show that with an increase in output, "then probably the next generation M5 and M6 will have so much torque and power that we need to think about" going to an all-wheel drive system.
BMW 5 Series future: 3-cyl engines and 600-hp M5

There could be some big changes in store for the next-gen BMW 5 Series, as it gets a lighter platform made of high-strenght steel, aluminum and carbon fiber.
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2013 BMW M5
$75,991 / 8,916 miles / PA
2001 BMW M5
$15,250 / 126,429 miles / MD
2008 BMW M5
$34,971 / 56,179 miles / VA
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"Simply put, the new M5, codenamed F10, is discreetly wicked.