A facelifted version of the BMW M5 has been recently unveiled by the German based automaker.
This is BMW day on the web as the carmaker continues to unveil updated models, starting with the facelifted 5-Series Sedan, 5-Series Touring and 5-Series GT, going through the Competition Package for the M5 and M6 Coupe, Convertible and Gran Coupe, and now the 2014 M5. The “new” BMW M5, wearing the 2014 model year in its name, is actually a facelifted version of the F10, which should be enough to keep customers flowing into the powerful model until the new generation will be ready for launch.
The exterior upgrades of the model are limited and they include the kidney grille slats, the M5 logo positioned on the upper corner, the adaptive LED headlights, the thinner LEDs for the rear light clusters and some other tweaks. The cabin is getting a three-spoke M leather-wrapped steering wheel, the newer iDrive 4.2 Navigation system with touchpad surface and an increased volume in the storage compartments, similar to the ones on the regular 5-Series models. Other upgrades include the Online Entertainment pack, allowing the car to access a database of 12 million tracks, the optional automatic main beam assistance and a lane-change warning system, operating from 12.4 mph. Additional details on the 2014 BMW M5, like its price list, remain unknown for the moment.