The sixth-generation BMW M5 earned rave reviews when it was released for the 2018 model year. Car lovers praised its powerful V8 engine, responsive handling, all-wheel drive performance and luxurious cabin.
BMW upped the ante by releasing a special-edition model, limited to only 400 examples worldwide. Called the 2018 BMW M5 First Edition, this lightly driven example is available for sale at Isringhausen BMW.
The M5 First Edition has stunning Frozen Dark Red Metallic paintwork and high-gloss Shadow Line trim with extended features. This means the kidney grille, the M gills and the four tailpipes of the sports exhaust all come in high-gloss black. Twenty-inch seven-double-spoke light-alloy wheels in black complete the car’s stunning exterior.
The BMW M5 First Edition also has an individual flavor inside. The Piano Finish Black applications are complemented by a plaque on the center console (“M5 First Edition 1/400”), pointing to the exclusivity of this BMW M5.
Under the hood is the newest version of BMW’s 4.4 liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine, which produces 600 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque. The 2018 BMW M5 can accelerate from 0-60 mph in 3.2 seconds, making it the fastest accelerating BMW at the time of its release. In fact, Car and Driver claimed the 2018 BMW M5 tied a Tesla Model S P90D when racing to 60 mph … and pulled ahead by 100 mph and in the quarter-mile!
The 2018 BMW M5 First Edition is equally at home on the race track or the highway and makes an enviable addition to any car lover’s garage. Test drive it today by opponent at Isringhausen BMW.
- The 6th generation BMW M5 is the quickest, most technologically advanced M-vehicle to date: 0–60 mph in a lightning-quick 3.2 seconds; 0–124 mph in just 11.1 seconds.
- The latest generation M TwinPower Turbo technology 4.4-liter V8 engine develops 600 hp and peak torque of 553 lb-ft.
- Debut of the first ever BMW M xDrive system with 2WD capability.
- M compound brakes fitted as standard.
- Like all M models, the chassis was honed on the world’s most challenging race circuit, the Nürburgring Nordschleife.
- Reduced weight by intelligent use of materials such as a carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) roof and a weight-optimized exhaust system.