BMW 5 Series ‘50 Jahre M Edition’ Launched

BMW has launched an exclusive ‘50 Jahre M Edition’ of the BMW 5 Series in India. Locally produced at BMW Group Plant Chennai, the exclusive edition comes in a petrol variant – the BMW 530i M Sport.

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The exterior of the BMW 5 Series ‘50 Jahre M Edition’ is headlined by the immense presence and exquisite sporting style with large, clean and tautly drawn surfaces. Sitting proudly above the BMW Kidney Grille is the iconic M Emblem along with ‘50 Years of M’ door projector inspired by the classic ‘BMW Motorsport’ logo. The M emblem adorns the front and rear logo as well as the wheel hub caps.

The Interior of the BMW 5 Series blends contemporary elegance with driver-focused cockpit design. It provides the ideal environment for driving pleasure and a comfortable ride over long distances. Sports Seats with leather covers, seat belts with stitching in M colours, sports leather steering wheel and specific trim strips augment the sporty feel. Ergonomically optimized Lumbar Support enables vertical and lateral seat adjustment for a relaxed journey. The centre console’s unique design is underscored by BMW Individual interior trim finishers in Piano Black finish and black ceramic surround for controls.

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Thanks to unrivalled BMW TwinPower Turbo technology, the petrol engine melds maximum power with exemplary efficiency and offers spontaneous responsiveness even at low engine speeds, with best-in-class acceleration figures. The 2-litre 4-cylinder petrol engine of the BMW 530i generates maximum output of 252 hp and peak torque of 350 Nm with 0-100 kmph acceleration in just 6.1 seconds.

The BMW 5 Series ‘50 Jahre M Edition’ has been launched at Rs 67.50 lakh (ex-showroom). Available in limited numbers only, this bespoke model can be booked exclusively online from today onwards.

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