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Published on July 4th, 2023 | by Sounder Rajen


Here’s Everything We Know About The 2025 BMW M5 So Far

The BMW 2025 M5 is confirmed to also feature a wagon touring model

The BMW M5 is one of the most prolific cars in history as it is the pinnacle of performance in a practical family sedan body, all while being attainable enough that most people could actually own one. The newest generation G60 generation M5 is also set to debut in 2024 but what do we actually know about it?


German automaker, BMW, has recently unveiled almost the entire 5-series lineup including a new electrified 5-series sedan but as per usual, the high-performance M5 variant will come later. So now that we know a little bit more about the 2025 G60 model which should arrive in 2024, here is everything we know so far.

First and foremost, the 2025 BMW M5 will also likely feature a hybrid powertrain setup making the car a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) making it the most powerful M5 in history and the car was also spotted testing and fine tuning in camouflage so we can expect it to debut, at least in some markets, in a few months.


Moreover, the 2025 BMW M5 should sport a cleaner and more subtle look than the boisterous appearance of the standard 5-series, including a revised grille with the traditional M5 emblem. There is also a chance the car will feature small changes to the outline of the headlights, similar to the entry-level M2 for a sportier look.

On the inside, the 2025 BMW M5 will also likely feature the same Curved Display with a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a 14.9-inch infotainment screen as the rest of the 5-Series range. The interior will also feature BMW M emblems and carbon-fiber bits like all M models.


On top of that, the outgoing BMW M5 CS is currently the most powerful M5 variant ever and makes 627hp and 750Nm of torque courtesy of its twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8. This is going to change soon as the 2025 BMW M5 will reportedly produce as much as 790hp and 1,000Nm of torque.

This significant increase in power is made possible by a new electric motor being added to the already potent twin-turbo V8 setup. This likely also means that unlike previous iterations of the M5 which could switch between rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive, the 2025 G60 BMW M5 will likely be all-wheel drive, all the time.

That’s not all either, following the enthusiastic response to the BMW M3 Touring, the brand has decided to also build an M5 Touring model for fans looking for a more practical family wagon. We know this as BMW has published official teasers of the BMW M5 Touring and also confirming its debut for 2024.


We got all this from Carscoops and their full article is linked here. Thank you Carscoops for the information and images.

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