Official Pricing for New M Models From New York International Auto Show

 – The 2013 BMW M5 will have an MSRP of $90,695.

  • The 2012 M6 Convertible arrives this June and will be priced at $113,995 (including $895 Destination and Handling).

  • The 2013 M6 Coupe will be base priced at $106,995 (including destination and handling).

  • The 2013 BMW X6 M will sell for $93,795 (including destination and handling) and arrives this May with a new “Powerdome ” hood and LCI upgrades.

Official Release: Manhattan, NY – April 4, 2012

BMW today announced pricing for the all-new BMW M5 and BMW M6 at a press conference on the occasion of the New York International Auto Show. The 2012 BMW M6 Convertible will be the first of the three new M cars to arrive in US BMW Center showrooms.

The M6 Convertible arrives this June and will be priced at $113,995 (including $895 Destination and Handling).The 2013 BMW M5 and 2013 BMW M6 Coupe will arrive in late summer and will carry Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices of $90,695 and $106,995 respectively (including destination and handling). BMW also announced the pricing for a refreshed BMW X6 M that arrives in BMW Centers in May. The 2013 BMW X6 M will sell for $93,795 (including destination and handling).

The eagerly anticipated M5 and M6 models are all powered by the most powerful engine ever fitted in a series-produced model from BMW M GmbH – a high revving 560 hp 
M TwinPower Turbo V-8 mated to a high torque 7-speed M-Double Clutch transmission (M-DCT).It is all connected to an innovative Active M Differential which optimizes power transfer between the rear wheels ensuring the engine’s performance is transferred to the ground. The new engine produces around 10% higher output than the V10 engine of its predecessors and torque is up by over 30%. At the same time, real world fuel consumption and CO2 are expected to be reduced by approximately 30%.

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  • I’m glad to know that Lebanon and the Middle East have been the first to get their new BMW M5, almost two months earlier than the U.S. and Canada.

  • BimmerFile_Michael

    The more I look at the M5 number- the more compelling it becomes. Yes, it is a lot of money but it is a LOT of car. Basically the same performance as the M6 with less money out of pocket- a few extra doors and increased practicality.

    All sounds good to me. 

    • sackboy

      I have driven the new M5 and all can say is: WOW !   Amazing ! That is it!   sackboy  ps- and on an extended unofficial highway test- it got almost 23mpg ! Say what?? 560hp? 23mpg? Yep- it was a six speed, but the seven speed may even do better!