The M5 takes the BMW M-series into new territory, with 441 kW/600 hp, peak torque of 750 Nm (553 lb-ft) and 10.5 l/100 km [26.9 mpg imp] fuel consumption combined/ 241 g/km CO2 emissions combined, which promise supreme propulsive power and formidable performance. The new M xDrive developed by BMW M GmbH is the most engaging all-wheel-drive system yet to grace the high-performance segment and will be on display across various terrains in Need for Speed Payback.
The trailer isn’t as interesting as the gameplay trailer from June, but it does debut the 2018 BMW M5, which will be driveable in the game before the real thing is available in the spring.
The new BMW M5 will start at €117,900 in Europe, with orders beginning this September, and deliveries following in Spring of 2018. The BMW M5 First Edition, pictured here in red, will be limited to just 400 examples worldwide, and will include BMW Individual Frozen Dark Red Metallic paintwork, an extra €19,500 over the standard model. The new BMW M5 will make its public debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
As a guide, the previous M5 Pure kicked off at $184,715 before on-road costs, while the full-fat M5 started at a more substantial $230,615.