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Cars BMW M5 CS said to come later this year with 641 bhp

16:51  23 june  2020
16:51  23 june  2020 Source:   msn.com

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A new report claims BMW will unveil the M 5 CS limited edition later in 2020 with more power from the twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8, along with other upgrades. It had a carbon fiber trunk lid spoiler and gold wheels, not to mention the “ CS ” badge and a lowered sports suspension. Needless to say , the final

Needless to say , the final product will be based on the facelifted M 5 , and our friends at BMWBLOG claim to be in The twin-turbo 4.4-litre V8 will allegedly be bumped from the M 5 Competition’s 617 bhp to a colossal 641 bhp . Torque is also set to get a healthy bump from the current 553 pound-feet (750

a red car parked in a parking lot: 2021 BMW M5 / M5 Competition © Motor1.com Copyright 2021 BMW M5 / M5 Competition

Prepare to fork out more than £110,000.

BMW took the wraps off the facelifted 5 Series less than a month ago, and yet we’ve already seen our fair share of performance versions based on the LCI. The Alpina B5 and D5 S were released a couple of weeks ago in both saloon and estate flavours, followed by BMW’s own M5 and M5 Competition models. Should you want the absolute top-of-the-line variant, it’s apparently coming later this year when the M5 CS is expected to break cover.

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BMW 's M 5 CS , the lighter, harder, limited-edition trim, is expected to boast something like 641 horsepower and up to 590 pound-feet of torque. BMW M 5 CS due later this year with 641 horsepower, possibly battery assist. Brutal limited edition to could pack as much as 590 lb-ft.

BMW is said to be working on a go-fast sedan that would slot above the M 5 Competition. 641 horsepower, less fat on the hips. Undoubtedly, the zestiest details that comes out of BMW Blog’s If we look back at BMW ’s other CS -branded cars, then a CFRP (carbon fiber reinforced polymer) roof

We saw a camo-free prototype of the amped-up saloon back in October 2019, but that one was actually based on the pre-LCI M5. It had a carbon fibre boot lid spoiler and gold wheels, not to mention the “CS” badge and a lowered sports suspension. Needless to say, the final product will be based on the facelifted M5, and our friends at BMWBLOG claim to be in the know regarding what the future has in tow for Bavaria’s four-door supercar.

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The twin-turbo 4.4-litre V8 will allegedly be bumped from the M5 Competition’s 617 bhp to a colossal 641 bhp. Torque is also set to get a healthy bump from the current 553 pound-feet (750 Nm) available in the M5C to as much as 590 lb-ft (800 Nm). Beyond the power hike, the CS version is said to employ an upgraded limited-slip differential to enhance the saloon’s tail-happy nature.

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BMW M 5 CS said to come later this year with 641 bhp . BMW M 5 CS plays hide-and-seek in new spy photos. The Instagram post says the model packs 650 bhp . The M 5 CS will reportedly debut before the end of the year . Seeing this completely finished example suggests that these rumours are accurate.

BMW M 5 CS Said To Come Later This Year With 641 Horsepower. BMW M 5 CS Plays Hide-And-Seek In New Spy Photos. The M 5 CS will reportedly debut before the end of the year . Seeing this completely finished example suggests that these rumors are accurate.

Additional goodies on the menu for the M5 CS will include a CFRP roof, ceramic brakes, and some aerodynamic enhancements. BMW will also make some subtle styling changes to separate the range-topping version from the “lesser” M5s, including exclusive paint jobs, those wheel mentioned earlier, and probably some minor tweaks inside the cabin.

Source: BMWBLOG

Road test rewind: BMW 5 Series .
Back in 2005, Munich's E60-generation executive saloon impressed in 535d diesel formBMW has offered diesels for only 21 years whereas Mercedes has been selling them since 1936, but Munich’s first – the 524td – was 1983’s fastest and vaulted the company to the forefront of diesel technology. Last year, 54% of UK 5 Series saloons (and 74% of Tourings) were diesels.

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