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2021 BMW M5 Competition Road Test | More improved than you think

The refreshed M5 isn’t massively new, but the changes make a big difference

Chinese company offers 'M3 Big Mouth Front Bumper' for E60 5 Series

Before you get too bent out of shape, allow us to first provide some possible perspective

2022 BMW M5 CS revealed as the 627hp competition to the Competition

Leaner, meaner supersedan will be built for one year only

2021 BMW M5 CS gains power, drops weight and goes gold

The M5 CS is official, and BMW provides details before a full reveal in January

Next-gen BMW M5 packs 750-hp PHEV and 1,000-hp EV powertrains

Late to widespread electrification, BMW plans to bring big EV guns

2019 BMW M5 Competition Second Drive | Mission: reignition

Can a malt run help spark renewed love for the Ultimate Driving Machine?

McLaren shoehorned the F1's V12 into a BMW M5 wagon test mule

Chris Harris interviewed David Clark, McLaren's former R&D chief, about it

First Drive
2020 BMW M5 Competition First Drive Review | It's a mad mad mad mad sedan

Don't let the AWD fool you – this sedan is a supercar in a suit

2020 BMW M5 Edition 35 Years celebrates the birth of a legend

Based on the M5 Competition with exclusive BMW Individual touches

Based on the M5 Competition with exclusive BMW Individual touches.

2019 BMW M5 Competition Edition gets more power, many little tweaks

For when an M5 isn't quite enough

It's becoming clear that buying a BMW M model will not get you the ultimate performance variant of the base car. Instead, just wait a bit for the BMW M Competition models, the latest of which is the BMW M5 Competition Edition. This M5 takes the previously most-powerful M5, the normal one, and tops it off with an extra 17 horsepower, and a slightly broader torque peak.

BMW M5 Competition Package details leaked ahead of reveal

It reportedly adds 25 horsepower and 37 pound-feet of torque

There are new details about BMW's forthcoming Competition Package for the 600-horsepower M5 sedan, which the automaker plans to unveil next week. A member of the Bimmerpost online forum from Australia claims to have one on order and claims to have received the information from BMW Australia, Munich and the local dealer.

BMW M5 Competition Package could come to Geneva with 625 hp

Ceramic brakes standard, but what does that mean for the price of the car?

BMW could bring an M5 Competition Package with 625 horsepower to the Geneva Motor Show.

The 2018 BMW M5 will cost $172 per horsepower

Want a 600 hp, AWD BMW 5 Series? That’ll be $103,595.

All this advancement comes at an increased cost, some $8,500 more than the outgoing M5.

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