Sunday, April 28, 2024

2025 BMW M5 Touring


A remarkable development is underway: BMW plans to introduce the M5 Touring waggon, a high-performance version of the company's M5 sports sedan, to the American market in 2025. It is anticipated that this certified unicorn will run only on a plug-in hybrid powertrain capable of producing up to 738 horsepower. Although the exact powertrain specifications are yet unknown, it is most likely going to have an electric motor and twin-turbo V-8 engine from the XM SUV. There might even be a Competition trim available with even more power. Numerous performance-enhancing equipment, such as adjustable dampers, staggered wheel and tyre packages, and rear-wheel steering should be standard on the M5. 

What Is 2025 Bringing?

Although the M5 has long been a mainstay of BMW's range in the United States, the waggon variant has not been available here until 2025. Naturally, we're excited.

Cost and Selection of Items for Purchase

Depending on the grade and options, the 2025 BMW M5 Touring is anticipated to cost between $1,40,000 and $1,60,000.

Although it's too soon to predict exactly which combinations the M5 Touring will be available in, even the most affordable model should come with a six-figure price tag. We'll add specifics to this story as soon as we learn more about the features and cost of the M5 Touring.

Performance, Engine, and Transmission

The M5 Touring is expected to be driven by a 4.4-liter V-8 twin-turbo engine that produces up to 738 horsepower when combined with an electric motor. This drivetrain is available in the XM SUV's Label trim level, and its battery pack offers up to 29 miles of all-electric driving range in addition to greater performance.