BMW M5 Competition ‘50 Jahre M Edition’ launched at ₹1.80 Crore
BMW India has launched M5 Competition ‘50 Jahre M Edition’ in the Indian market for ₹1.8 crore (ex-showroom). It will be brought to India as a CBU or Completely Built Unit and the bookings for the performance sedan can be done through the online website. Limited units of the M5 Competition ‘50 Jahre M Edition’ will be brought to India.
BMW has already launched several special editions under the ‘50 Jahre M Edition’. They have the M8 Competition Coupe, M340i, X4 M Sport, 630i M Sport, X7 40i M Sport, M4 Competition and 530i M Sport. The ‘M’ range of cars from BMW is oriented towards performance and is made by BMW's M division. The ‘50 Jahre M Edition’ is to celebrate the 50th anniversary of BMW's M division. The new special edition gets cosmetic as well as mechanical upgrades.
Just like other ‘50 Jahre M Edition’ cars, there are M badges that are inspired by the classic ‘BMW Motorsport’ logo. The M5 Competiton ‘50 Jahre M Edition’ comes with an exclusive BMW Individual paint finish in Aventurine Red. The headlights and tail lamps have a tinted effect. BMW's kidney grille is finished in gloss black, the roof is finished in carbon fibre, the exhausts are finished in black and the 20-inch black alloy wheels come with red brake calipers.
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There are changes to the interior as well. The upholstery is finished in bespoke Merino leather. The headliner is finished in Aragon Brown which is a BMW Individual colour. There are M seats with integrated headrests and illuminated M5 logos. Other changes include M Seat belts, M footrest and pedals, M Leather Steering Wheel, seat heating (driver and front passenger), electrical seat adjustment with memory function, and automatic tailgate to add to the comfort.
The M5 Competition ‘50 Jahre M Edition’ is equipped with an Adaptive M-Specific Suspension M Sport exhaust system and M high-performance compound brakes. The engine is the same twin-turbocharged V8 that produces 625 hp and a peak torque of 750 Nm with 0-100 kmph acceleration in just 3.3 seconds.