What will be the updated BMW M5 2021 station wagon?June 19, 2020
An independent artist created a render of the updated BMW M5 Touring. From the updated sedan 2021 model year, the virtual novelty differs significantly.
Updated versions of the high-performance mid-size BMW M5 and Mercedes-AMG E63 debuted almost simultaneously. While a business-class model from Mercedes can be purchased in a sedan and station wagon, the BMW “five” can only be obtained in the form of a sedan. In this rendering, the artist j.b.cars shows us what the updated M5 Touring might look like. The result of the work was a car that could well transport the whole family and their luggage at high speed.
Since there is a 5 Series Touring, it’s not hard to imagine what a high-performance M5 station wagon would look like. In front, the updated M5 has a slightly larger grille. Its increase is not so noticeable as in the newest version of the 7 Series sedan, which, in our opinion, is good. The designer also decided to adjust the shape of the headlights to include more angular running lights. Air inlets located in the corners of the bumper also have a different shape.
At the back of the car there is a fresh diffuser design and double tailpipes coming from every corner. There is a neat spoiler on the roof. The black finish means that it is the M5 in the more powerful version of Competition.
Most likely, the universal version of the Bavarian news would be equipped with the same 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine. In standard form, the engine produces 600 horsepower (750 Nm), and in the performance of Competition, these numbers rise to 617 hp. (750 Nm).
Although not visible in this rendering, the biggest changes for the updated M5 are actually located inside. The model uses BMW’s Live Cockpit system with iDrive 7 with two 12.3-inch screens – one for infotainment functions and another for the dashboard.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the BMW 7 Series will receive more powerful and fuel-efficient diesel engines. According to a published press release, the BMW 7 Series executive sedan will receive 3.0-liter diesel engines that are equipped with a 48-volt electrical system with an integrated starter-generator.
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