Updates for the BMW M5 and Mercedes-AMG E63 debuted one day apart. While Mercedes offers its mid-size sedan that is both efficient and sedan, people can only buy BMW at four doors. In this rendering, the artist j.b.cars shows us what the new refreshed M5 would look like as a domain. The result is a great way to transport the whole family at high speed.
Since the 5 Series Touring began, it’s not too hard to imagine what an M5 wagon would look like. At the front, the refreshed M5 has a slightly larger grille. The enlargement is not as close as the last series 7, which is a good thing for us. The designers also tweaked the headlights to incorporate more angular racing lights. The entrances to the corners of the fascia also have a different shape.
At the rear, a new design for the diffuser and two exhaust tips come out of each corner. This rendering adds a tailgate with a spoiler at the end of the roof. The black trim indicates that this is specifically the M5 Competition
While the designers had the opportunity to adjust the appearance of the M5, the engineers left the 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine alone. In standard form, the mill produces 600 horsepower (447 kilowatts) and 553 pound-feet (750 Newton meters) of torque, and competition pushes the figures to 617 hp (460 kW) and 553 lb-ft.
While not visible in this rendering, the biggest changes for the updated M5 are actually inside. The model uses BMW’s Live Cockpit system running iDrive 7 with two 12.3-inch screens – one for infotainment and the other for instruments.