On a lane and on a autobahn, BMW is contrast a face-lifted M5, that will be launched this summer as a 2014 model. It will continue to be offering with a 560-hp, twin-turbo 4.4-liter V-8, though there also will be an discretionary opening pack—first brought to a courtesy by bmwblog.com, who stumbled opposite a post on m5board.com—rumored to be called Competition package, that includes a series of upgrades. What hasn’t been reported is that a M6 lineup, including not usually a coupe though also a cabriolet and a Gran Coupe, will be offering with a same package.
An insider confirms to us that outlay of a higher-performance M5 and M6 models will arise from 560 to 575 horsepower; both models will accept graphic wheels, black empty tips, a revised cessation tuned in preference of some-more sportiness and crisper handling, and a some-more approach steering ratio. The cars’ 0-to-60 time is accepted to dump by 0.1 second, while tip speed will sojourn governed during 190 mph.
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With a 15-hp upgrade, a M5 and M6 models versed with a Competition package are probably as absolute as a Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG S and a CLS derivative, and they comparatively confuse a arriving Audi RS7. We design full sum to emerge from Munich in a entrance months, though count on a large reward over a stream M5 and M6′s bottom prices, that start during $92,395 and $110,545, respectively.
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