2021 BMW M5 CS price and specs

The 2021 BMW M5 CS has been officially unveiled, ahead of its Australian launch in limited numbers in mid-2021, priced from $305,900 drive-away.

The M5 CS follows a similar formula to that set out by previous CS-badged BMW models the likes of the M2 CS, M3 CS and M4 CS, adding more power and stripping weight to create a sharper, more track-focused package than the already-rapid M5 Competition.

Under the bonnet is the same 4.4-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine as the ‘standard’ M5 Competition, though revised tuning sees outputs climb to 467kW of power (up 7kW) and 750Nm of torque.

 

The 2021 BMW M5 CS will go on sale in Australia in mid-2021, with just 20 examples will reach Australian shores, priced from $305,900 drive-away – $28,000 more than the Competition, given the CS’s $274,900 list price before on-road costs.

Order books have now opened via the BMW Shop website, with interested buyers able to place a $5000 deposit to secure a car, with their preferred dealer to get in touch to organise final payment and delivery later in the year.

Other standard features on Australian-delivered models include leather and Alcantara interior trim, autonomous emergency braking, automatic parking, a Harman/Kardon premium surround sound system, and matte paint, the lattermost offering a choice of grey or green (pictured) hues.

This article is from “Car Advice”.

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