BMW is testing the “charged” sedan M5 in a more powerful version of CSOctober 23, 2019
The most powerful version of the Bavarian “charged” sedan is the golden wheels and the CS nameplate. There is no data on when the new product will be presented. Under the hood will be a 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8 with a capacity of 617 horsepower.
What is the BMW M5 in CS version? Simple, this is the most powerful version of the Bavarian business-class sedan. A couple of minutes ago, our editors had the most “fresh” images from the BMW M5 CS tests – the car displays a CS badge, a spectacular rear spoiler and golden rims. And it seems that the team of the Bavarian brand is almost ready to present the serial version of the long-awaited new items.
In these pictures you can see that the novelty is based on the current version of the “charged” BMW M5, and not on a completely new version of it, which is a bit strange. This fact may well indicate that the updated M5 will not be presented very soon – in about a year.
Thus, the new BMW M5 CS will be the latest version of the current generation of high-performance sedan.
According to rumors, under the hood of the new M5 CS will be the same 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8, with a capacity of 617 horsepower. There are rumors about developing a more powerful engine, but it seems that there are still a few years before this. The novelty should also get a rear spoiler, reminiscent of those that can be seen on the models M3 and M4 CS. Minor changes are expected in the aerodynamic body kit to improve the aerodynamics and cooling of heating elements – most likely, the exterior will be “full of” an abundance of carbon fiber elements.
We do not know when BMW will introduce the M5 CS, but the wait should not be too long. If BMW is preparing to launch the updated 5th series sometime next year – then the updated M5 will also be shown, then the M5 CS based on the current version of the model should appear in the coming months.
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