2014 BMW M5 gets standard Competition Package in Australia image

The updated version of the BMW M5 will receive the standard Competition Package in Australia, once the model will make its way into the country this September.

According to the car manufacturer, the 2014 BMW M5 will get some chassis modifications, an upgraded suspension system, stabilizer bars with increased torsional rigidity, modified active differential and steering system and a 10mm lowered ride height. The model in question has also been fitted with a sports exhaust system with twin tailpipes, LED headlights, revised taillights, new kidney grille and some other tweaks, which should help it stand out from a crowd.

The interior design of the model fitted with the Competition Package will add soft-close doors, foot-operated opening / closing boot lid, touch-sensitive controller for the iDrive, digital radio, chrome trim highlights, new leather sports steering wheel, front collision warning, pedestrian warning and lane change / departure warning systems. The upgrades also include the color head-up display, cruise control with braking function, heated and cooled front sports seats, four-zone climate control, 16-speaker audio system, 360 degree view camera system, internet functionality and more. the model is also getting 11 kW more on its 4.4 liter V8 engine, to a total of 423 kW and 680 Nm of torque. Prices for the updated M5 will stand at 229,990 AUD.