Bmw Teaser Of M5 Cs

BMW Released Teaser of M5 CS Model Ahead Of Its Launch In 2021

BMW has recently released a new teaser of its latest and hottest sedans of 2021 – BMW M5 CS. Its current model, M5 Competition, has been making it big in the Indian market with its amazing performance. However, the German luxury car-maker has shown that it can still be improved by releasing the teaser of its M5 CS sedan way before its launch in 2021.

The current BMW M5 Competition trims are just the updated variants of the regular models. However, the upcoming CS variant is a completely different game, with its amazing performance.

Engine & Transmission of BMW M5 CS

The upcoming BMW M5 CS model is going to be equipped with the same 4.4 litre, twin-turbo, V7 petrol engine as on the M5 Competition. But the engine is tuned to produce a higher maximum power of 635hp, which is 10 hp higher than the previous model.

Apart from that, the luxury sedan has now been made 70 kgs lighter, helping it to gain greater performance.

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Talking about its transmission, the M5 CS’s engine comes mated with an 8-speed M Steptronic automatic gearbox along with BMW’s xDrive AWD system. The company’s AWD system helps offer multiple driving modes – 4WD, 4WD Sport and 2WD.

Design of BMW M5 CS

Looking at the released teaser of the M5 CS, it is quite evident that the upcoming model is equipped with interesting design features. Such as golden-coloured forged aluminium wheels, featuring carbon-ceramic brakes with the red calipers.

Apart from that, the car gets golden-bronze accents around the company’s iconic grille, enhancing the luxury sedan’s visual appeal. And the car also gets a fresh-motorsport look thanks to the yellow headlights and the golden-bronze accents on its black body shade.

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Performance of BMW M5 CS

The company has not laid out official performance figures, but the M5 CS is expected to be better than the current model, which goes from 0-100 km/h in just 3.3 seconds.