2021 BMW M5 Competition

The sixth-generation M5 is getting a refresh the 2021 model year with a number of new changes for the supercar-grade sports sedan. Powered by a 4.4L TwinPower turbocharged V8, the 2021 M5 receives an updated front and rear bumper design with a larger kidney grille framed by a one-piece surround, larger front air intakes, a more muscular rear bumper and diffuser, and rear L-shaped taillights with three-dimensional lenses. For the M5 Competition, a blacked-out finish will be applied to the kidney grille surround, front fender side-gill inserts, exterior mirror caps, a rear trunk spoiler, name badges, and rear bumper inserts, 

The car will also feature a larger 12.3-inch touchscreen, wireless Android Auto and CarPlay capability, cloud-based BMW Maps navigation, a TRACK mode for the M5 Competition, two-tone leather, upgraded shock absorbers with an updated damper control system for the M5 Competition, high-gloss black or red finish options for the standard brake calipers, new Hatch Grey and Motegi Red paint options, and new Tanzanite Blue II metallic, Aventurine Red II metallic and the matte finish Frozen Bluestone metallic paint options from BMW Individual. 

Available worldwide this August. 

From $103,500, bmwusa.com

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