2019 BMW M5

$89,882

2019 BMW M5 For Sale

2019 BMW M5 Description

2019 BMW M5 takes driving dynamics into a new dimension. Making its debut in the sixth generation of the high performance sedan Not only does this drive system enable the M5 to reach new heights of dynamic performance, it means that it excels in terms of everyday practicality and delivers supreme poise in all driving conditions as well. Hard at work under the bonnet of the new BMW M5 is the latest and most advanced version of the 4.4-litre V8 engine featuring M TwinPower Turbo technology. Output of 441 kwith 600 hp and peak torque of 750 Nm (553 lb-ft) promise supreme propulsive power and formidable performance. The twinturbo V8 unit propels the new M5 from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in a mere 3.4 seconds, for instance. The task of relaying the drive power falls to the new eight-speed M Steptronic transmission with Drivelogic, which teams up with the M xDrive system to transfer the high-revving engine's turbocharged might to the road to optimum effect in all driving conditions. The upshot of all this is that the new BMW M5 is not just the fastest of all the M5 models built since 1984, but the most nimble too. M TwinPower Turbo, M xDrive and the eight-speed M Steptronic transmission Following a thorough overhaul, the 4.4-litre V8 engine with M TwinPower Turbo technology is now more potent than ever. The highrevving power unit in the new BMW M5 delivers its exceptional output of 441 kwith 600 hp at 5,600 - 6,700 rpm, while the tremendous peak torque of 750 Nm (553 lb-ft) is on tap from just 1,800 rpm and remains constant all the way up to 5,600 rpm. Compared to the outgoing model, maximum torque has been upped by 70 Nm (52 lb-ft). The engine characteristics can be changed at the push of a button from the basic Efficient setting to either Sport or Sport Plus, resulting in even more willing response to movements of the accelerator. The M engineers have implemented a raft of enhancements to endow the twin-turbo V8 with its phenomenal performance capabilities. These include newly developed turbochargers and a higher maximum injection pressure of 350 bar. This allows shorter injection times and improved atomisation of the fuel for sharper engine response as well as more efficient mixture preparation. Improvements have also been made to the lubrication and cooling systems, including an oil pan with a small front sump and indirect charge air cooling, which is more effective than the predecessor's equivalents despite taking up less space. The oil supply system uses a fully variable, map-controlled pump and has been designed for outings on the race track, where it can handle very high levels of longitudinal and lateral acceleration. Modifications have likewise been made to the cross-bank exhaust manifolds for the new BMW M5. This has the effect of optimising the transmission of energy from the exhaust gas flows to the turbine wheels of the two turbochargers and ensuring the best possible gas-exchange cycle. By fitting a Helmholtz resonator between the two silencers of the dual-branch exhaust system, the M engineers have succeeded in reducing its weight. The sound from the flap-controlled exhaust system varies depending on the selected mode for the engine characteristics, while the M Sound Control button also allows drivers of the new BMW M5 to soften its acoustic presence. The twin-turbo V8's power is channelled to the road via the newly developed M xDrive all-wheel-drive system. The wonderfully nimble rear-biased set-up is achieved by the M xDrive system only bringing the front wheels into play when the rear wheels aren't able to transmit any more power to the road and additional tractive force is required. Even when it is being driven in a particularly sporty manner and unleashing high levels of power, the new BMW M5 with M xDrive behaves predictably and can be controlled with ease by the driver, paving the way for an even more intense experience of the business sedan's phenomenal performance. The principal hardware components of M xDrive are based on the BMW xDrive intelligent all-wheel-drive system and the Active M Differential, while the central M-specific driving dynamics control software takes care of orchestrating the various components to extremely innovative effect. The drivetrain has been reinforced for greater rigidity and strength to make allowance for the high torque, the rear-biased configuration and the 2WD option. While the transfer case splits a portion of the drive torque between the front and rear wheels in a smoothly adjustable ratio depending on requirements, the Active M Differential is responsible for then distributing the drive torque between the rear wheels. In the case of the active control element within the M xDrive system's scope of functions, the locking effect is varied as the situation demands. This thereby ensures enhanced traction, agility and directional stability when the car is being driven in a very sporty manner or on roads with differing levels of grip - i.e. exactly when it is needed. With M xDrive, stabilising interventions from the DSC system are only required in extreme situations, enabling the engine's tremendous power to be converted into propulsive force with virtually zero losses. The result of all this is that the new BMW M5 can be piloted with even greater precision and directional accuracy, responds sensitively and directly to the driver's inputs and thus requires few steering corrections when driving at the limit. More ambitious drivers can configure M xDrive at any time to suit their needs. Even in the default setting with both DSC and 4WD activated, the new BMW M5 allows a certain amount of slip at the rear wheels when accelerating out of corners to produce the agility for which M models are renowned. But the M5 also remains perfectly controllable at all times. The all-wheel drive's superior traction helps to produce acceleration times that are simply phenomenal by sports sedan standards and would be worthy of a supersports car: 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in a breathtaking 3.4 seconds and 0 to 200 km/h (124 mph) in just 11.1 seconds. Switching to the M Dynamic mode (MDM, 4WD Sport) gives a further major boost to the car's handling agility. Yet more drive torque is now directed to the rear axle, while the amount of permissible rear wheel slip is increased. This lets drivers put the M5 into controlled drifts and enjoy its playful handling. While doing so, the onset of oversteer is noticeable in good time and the linear increase of the sideslip angle means that the vehicle remains stable even when driving at the limit. The three modes available with the DSC system switched off have been configured chiefly for driving on race tracks. The 4WD mode is set up for the greatest possible controllability and traction, and already offers plenty of scope for exploring the dynamic performance capabilities of the new BMW M5. The 4WD Sport mode, meanwhile, with its blend of supreme steering precision, delightful handling and reassuring traction, offers a sure-fire guarantee of unadulterated driving pleasure. The pure rear-wheel-drive mode (2WD) has been designed with the experienced and highly adept driver in mind. This opens up the same thrilling experience already offered by past generations of the M5, that of a high-performance sedan devoted to the art of generating driving pleasure with no control systems to hold it back. The new eight-speed M Steptronic transmission with Drivelogic has also been strictly geared towards sporty performance. The incredibly short shift times and optimal ratio spacing will keep even the most demanding driver happy. What's more, the wide ratio spread of the eight-speed M Steptronic unit helps to optimise fuel efficiency, too. The M Steptronic transmission allows both fully automatic shifting and sequential gear shifts - using either the new short gear selector on the centre console of the new BMW M5 or the M shift paddles on the steering wheel. The transmission has been engineered for instantaneous response and lightning-fast gear changes in classic M style. The torque converter lock-up clutch is already fully engaged once the car has pulled away. The transmission's shift mapping can be modified using the Drivelogic rocker switch on the gear selector. Drivelogic mode 1 corresponds to efficient driving. Mode 2 lends itself to quick driving with its shortened shift times. And Drivelogic mode 3 is optimised for sporty driving on the track thanks to its extremely short shift times. Those preferring to shift gear manually can also execute sporty multiple downshifts to the lowest available gear, for instance when braking into tight corners. There are no automatic upshifts when the engine is revved to the limit either. A transmission oil cooler ensures flawless transmission operation even when the car is put through its paces on the track. Superior chassis technology Unbeatable driving dynamics with maximum directional stability - that was the goal of the team responsible for tuning the new BMW M5 chassis. As is usual for BMW M GmbH, the tuning took place in part on the company's own race circuit at Miramas in the south of France, as well as on the world's toughest test track, the Nurburgring Nordschleife. The precise, agile handling that drivers have come to expect from previous generations of the M5 has been further optimised for the new car. Individual driver needs are met by the wide range of options for configuring the vehicle, including: M xDrive, the eight-speed M Steptronic with Drivelogic, the Mspecific Variable Damper Control (incl. three driving modes: Comfort, Sport and Sport Plus) with electronically controlled shock absorbers and M Servotronic steering (incl. three driving modes: Comfort, Sport and Sport Plus). A top priority when tuning the chassis of the new BMW M5 was to achieve neutral steering behaviour, even at the dynamic limits. An important factor here is linear build-up of transverse loads across the full range of lateral acceleration. Whatever the driving situation, the electromechanical M Servotronic steering delivers exactly the right amount of steering torque. This ensures that the new BMW M5 has superbly accurate steering and always delivers clear feedback. What's more, the car is great for long-distance driving, as well as being a joy in the city and on short journeys thanks to the low steering force required for manoeuvring and parking. The familiar double-wishbone suspension from the front axle of the BMW 5-Series has been reworked from the ground up for the new BMW M5 with M xDrive. M engineers have redesigned every component to factor in Mspecific kinematic and elastokinematic characteristics. Directional stability is greater than ever thanks to the increased track width. The five-link rear suspension has also been modified to meet M-specific requirements. New toe links featuring stiffer rubber mounts help accommodate the increased demands on the driving dynamics and steering precision, as do firmer anti-roll bars and lower wishbones that have been optimised for stiffness. Specially developed for the M5, the elastomer bearings on the rear axle mounts ensure that there is no delay in transferring chassis forces, which makes for superbly direct handling. An additional steel X-brace and an aluminium transverse strut increase the stiffness of the chassis linkages at the rear axle, resulting in improved response. Further chassis modifications not visible externally perform functions that are no less important. For example, an aluminium tower-to-bulkhead stiffening profile and two tower-to-frontend struts enhance stiffness at the front of the car. The complete chassis and powertrain package put together by the BMW M engineers is so good that even experienced racers like ex-Formula One star and BMW works driver Timo Glock are impressed: Thanks to M xDrive, the new BMW M5 goes beyond the precise, agile drive that we've come to expect - it also serves up a noticeable boost in traction and controllability, both in everyday situations and at the dynamic limit. The tyres fitted as standard on the BMW M5 (275/40 R 19 at the front and 285/40 R 19 at the rear) have been specially selected. They are mounted on five-double-spoke cast light-alloy wheels in polished Orbit Grey (front: 9.5 J x 19, rear: 10.5 J x 19). 20-inch seven-double-spoke wheels in black or polished black are available as an option (front: 275/35 R 20, at rear: 285/35 R 20). All wheels are ZR speed rated, making them suitable for the top speed of 305 km/h (189 mph) achieved by the new BMW M5 with M Driver's Package (standard version: 250 km/h / 155 mph). The new BMW M5 comes with M compound brakes fitted as standard. Being significantly lighter than conventional cast iron items, these have the distinct benefit of reducing unsprung mass. At the front, the braking force is applied to perforated, inner-vented brake discs by blue-painted six-piston fixed callipers featuring the M logo. Deceleration at the rear is provided by single-piston floating calliper brakes, also in blue, with integrated parking brake. M carbonceramic brakes are also available as an option on the new BMW M5. These are instantly recognisable from the gold-coloured callipers with M logo (sixpiston fixed callipers at front, single-piston floating callipers at rear) and are 23 kilograms lighter, which means a further reduction in unsprung and rotating masses. This offers many benefits, including improved driving dynamics and increased suspension comfort. The M carbon-ceramic brakes provide even better braking performance than M compound brakes, as well as further improved fade resistance and even higher thermal stability. What is more, they withstand wear exceptionally well. Sporting M design with distinction The BMW M5 has always embodied the perfect blend of mature business sedan and high-performance components. So you can think of the BMW M5 as the world's fastest-moving tailored suit. These are the words chosen by Domagoj Dukec, Vice President of Design BMW i and BMW M, to sum up the brief for the new M5. Like all the models to come out of BMW M GmbH HQ in Garching, its design is M-specific and driven by function. For example, the newly designed front bumper trim, with its larger air intakes, has the task of keeping the cooling systems and brakes sufficiently supplied with cooling air - even in exacting use on the race track. The car has a wider track than its predecessor, and the front side panels (made from aluminium to save weight) bear the signature M gills. Also hewn from aluminium is the bonnet, whose precise lines carve an eyecatching sculpture and extend visually into the shaping of the roof. In an M5 first, the roof itself is made from extremely lightweight, high-strength carbon fibre-reinforced plastic (CFRP). The rear diffuser has likewise been redesigned. Together with the side skirts, the M rear apron and M rear spoiler play their part in giving the M5 its powerfully sporting appearance, and the exterior mirrors have a dynamic, Mspecific design. The hexagonal central air intake in the front end not only separates itself sculpturally from the side air intakes, in another example of form following function it also incorporates the oil cooler. The interior focuses squarely on the driver; absolute control in all driving situations is the motto here. At the same time, the BMW M5 offers space for up to four passengers, a large boot and excellent ride comfort. As a highperformance sports car and business sedan in one, it blends the best of both worlds. It is the customer's sole responsibility to verify the existence and wear and tear condition of this pre-owned car as well as any equipment listed. Neither the dealership nor eBizAutos is responsible for misprints on prices or equipment. 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2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
2019 BMW M5 For Sale
Vehicle Details
Price $89,882
Stock# YP0971A
Year 2019
Make BMW
Model M5
Trim Sedan
Mileage 11,509
Exterior Color Alpine White
Interior Color Black
Seller Information
Bentley Scottsdale
Sales Team
888-964-6056
7171 East Chauncey Lane
Phoenix, AZ, 85054

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