RM 1,010,800

BMW M5 2022 Price In Malaysia

BMW M5 Specs
SegmentGrand Tourer
BodyTypeSedan
TransmissionAT
Capacity4.4L
Horsepower600PS
Seats5
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The 2021 - 2022 BMW M5 is offered in 1 variants - which is offered at a price of RM 1,010,800, the base model of m5 is 2020 BMW M5 which is at a price of RM 1,010,800.

Pros

  • Supercar levels of driving performance with comfort of a sedan
  • X-Drive all-wheel drive elevates the driving performance rather than dull it. BMW M truly worked their magic in fine tuning the complete package of steering, traction and power delivery

Cons

  • The variable ratio steering lacks consistency compared to what the BMW M brand is known for.
  • Ride comfort can be a tad too harsh especially over poorly paved roads
  • Carbon ceramic braking system is RM95,000 extra

  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Driving Performance
  • Ride Comfort
  • Fuel Comusmption
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

    BMW M5 – Overview

    The BMW M5 is the ultimate super sedan. Size and weight does not seem to affect its dynamism, offering precise steering and agility like its smaller siblings. Best part is, it is the comfort levels of a large sedan that you can drive yourself or be driven in.
    The F90 BMW M5 sedan is priced at RM1,010,800 from BMW Malaysia, with five-year maintenance package and unlimited mileage warranty. The super sedan competes with its traditional nemesis, the Mercedes-AMG E63S 4Matic+ priced from over RM 1 million, though it could be revised as the model is being updated/facelifted.
    However, with high local incentives for EVs and Porsche always further encroaching lower and lower down the price ladder, does the BMW M5’s values meet the taste and culture of the new-affluent? The more-powerful, fully-electric Porsche Taycan Turbo starts from RM 1 million, while the Panamera with a modest 2.9 V6 starts at the million Ringgit mark too.

  • Exterior

    BMW M5 – Exterior

    The BMW M5 shares the core body shell of the G30 BMW 5 Series, with BMW M treatment to the bumpers, fenders, carbon-fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) roof and large and wide wheels. BMW has always toned down the aggressiveness of the M5 as the key attribute and the allure of the super sedan is understated-ness. Potent and ready to pounce without the need to scream and shout.
    Nonetheless, compared to a regular G30 BMW 5 Series, the BMW M5 is 35 mm wider, overall, with the front tracks 21 mm wider to fit incredibly large 275/35R20 tyres. The rear tyres are just 10mm wider.

    2020 BMW M5 F90 Dimensions

    Length

    4,983 mm

    Width

    1,903 mm

    Height

    1,473 mm

    Wheelbase

    2,982 mm

    Adaptive LED headlamps and LED taillamps are similar items found on the BMW 530i M Sport, but not the M exclusive side mirrors and four-tailpipe exhaust system with a silencing mode.

  • Interior

    BMW M5 – Interior

    Dashboard

    The dashboard is the same unit as found in the regular G30 BMW 5 Series, featuring a fully digital instrument panel and a 10.25-inch central display. The trim pieces are aluminium carbon structure (not carbon-fibre) and highlighted by a thin strip in dark chrome.
    A thick BMW M steering wheel not only has large shift paddles but also two red-painted M buttons for user-configurable driving parameters.
    The lower console meanwhile features all the M-specific items such as the M gear selector with Drivelogic toggle and shortcut buttons for powertrain, suspension and steering configuration, which can then be saved and easily recalled via the red-painted M buttons on the steering wheel.
    Overall, the dashboard doesn’t feel special enough compared to a regular BMW 530i M Sport, unlike in a Mercedes-AMG or Porsche.

    Instrument cluster

    The driver’s instrument cluster has a fully-digital display with M-specific content and graphics. They feature classic large round dials and red needles. Information displayed include individual parameters, Drivelogic profile and M Dynamic Mode.

    Space and practicality

    Being a large E-segment premium sedan, the BMW M5 offers similar headroom and legroom. The rear seat also accommodates passengers with great comfort.
    Both rear doors can be fully covered with the manual sunshade as well as an electric sunshade for the rear windshield.

    Boot

    The BMW M5 does not sacrifice luggage space, offering an incredibly large boot space of 530 litres, no difference compared to the regular petrol-powered 5 Series. The boot lid can also be opened and closed hands free.

  • Features

    BMW M5 – Features

    Safety features

    There are six airbags in the BMW M5. Included in the BMW M5’s Driving Assistance suite is the Lane Lane Departure and Lane Change Warning, Approach Control warning as well as Active cruise control with Stop & Go function.
    A rear-view camera is also included with Parking Assistant that performs automatic parking for parallel and perpendicular manoeuvers.

    Comfort features

    Front occupants sit in large multi contour sport seats that also have an illuminated ‘M5’ emblem under the headrest. The rear occupants are greeted with a fully automatic 4-zone air-conditioning system. High-end soft Merino leather is used as upholstery.

    Infotainment

    The BMW M5 comes with the BMW Navigation Professional free-standing 10.25-inch touch-sensitive display. The older generation BMW Operating System displays contents in a tile format and allows gesture controls. A wireless smartphone charger is located at the lower console.
    In the BMW M5, occupants can enjoy their favourite tunes played over the Harman Kardon surround sound system with 600 watts of audio power and a total of 16 speakers.
    The full range of BMW ConnectedDrive is included in the BMW M5, inclusive of Remote Services, Teleservices and Concierge Services.

  • Powertrain

    BMW M5 – Powertrain

    Engine

    In the RM1,010,800 BMW M5 lies one of BMW’s most up-to-date V8 engines. The twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre V8 engine generates 600 PS from 5,600 to 6,700 rpm and a colossal 750 Nm of torque from 1,800 to 5,600 rpm.
    The large displacement V8 engine that has a very linear power delivery also sounds ferocious thanks to a sports exhaust system, which can be quiet down for a civilized drive around the neighbourhood.

    Transmission

    In the BMW M5, the transmission is an eight-speed M Steptronic Sport transmission with shift paddles and Launch Control function. The M specific transmission also has three shift modes under the Drivelogic feature, offering comfort, sport and sport plus modes. To ensure durability and performance, the transmission features its own dedicated cooling circuit and radiator.

    Chassis

    The front suspension of the F90 BMW M5 features a double-wishbone setup, while the rear axle uses a five-link layout. Plenty of bracing and reinforcing members are strategically placed on the bodyshell to accommodate the high horsepower and allow the precise handling signature of the BMW M brand.
    Adaptive M suspension with variable damper control is standard in the BMW M5. Ride comfort is commendable for this super sedan, as well as body control when one starts taking the bends with more speed.

    Further rear wheel grip and agility is compounded by the fully-variable Active M Differential, where an electronic system variable controls the independent torque levels of the left and right rear wheels. Delivering more torque to the outside wheel with more grip enhances traction out of the corner.
    The brakes feature BMW M Compound brake discs which are lighter than cast iron items. Each front disc is grabbed by a blue-painted six-piston caliper. Carbon-ceramic brakes are an option, costing RM95,000 and comes painted in gold.

    Drivetrain

    The F90 BMW M5 is now fitted with a fully-variable M xDrive all-wheel drive system. Predominantly rear-wheel drive, M xDrive can automatically deliver torque to the front wheels, with higher dynamic handling traits in the Sport and Sport+ driving modes.
    Being a BMW M machine, drivers are given the liberty to configure the amount of front wheel grip, from regular 4WD, M Dynamic Mode - 4WD Sport to pure 2WD just like the good old days.
    BMW says only with the M xDrive system that the F90 BMW M5 can properly channel 600 PS/750 Nm and accelerate from standstill to 100 km/h in just 3.4 seconds and reaching 200 km/h in just 11.1 seconds.

  • Driving Performance

    BMW M5 – Driving Performance

    Engine performance

    The BMW M5 with 600 PS/750 Nm of torque can complete the 0 to 100 km/h sprint in just 3.4 seconds with Launch Control. The supersedan then reaches 200 km/h in just 11.1 seconds, before being limited to 250 km/h.
    The mountain of torque makes driving the BMW M5 a very effortless affair, but can turn into a serious sports car when desired.
    Nice sporty exhaust sound is also transmitted when in M Dynamic Mode or can also be configured to be less vocal.

    Transmission performance

    The Drivelogic offers comfort for town driving, sport for later upshifts and sport plus for ultimate manual control and extremely short shift times. Comfort works well as the automatic upshifts are quick and barely noticeable. It kickdowns instantly too. Mode 3 or Sport plus is best used when one is in the mood as well as plenty of driving space as the M5 picks up speed very quickly.

    Steering and handling

    Apart from phenomenal straight-line performance, the BMW M5 is no stranger to dynamism. It is after all the original ‘sleeper sedan’ to traverse across the continent without fuss and as well as unnoticed.

    With the variable M xDrive set up, drivers can adjust how “loose” the rear end is, as the default mode sends torque to the front axle. 4WD Sport still provides supreme steering precision and yet long controlled slides out of corners. With a broad band of torque, long and continuous drifts can be easily executed in 2WD mode.
    One minor gripe on the operation of steering is however the inconsistent feel and feedback when loaded with torque. Perhaps the sudden burst of torque confuses the steering, but this only happens when driven very aggressively, such as on the race track.

  • Ride Comfort

    BMW M5 – Ride Comfort

    Soundproofing

    Similar to the regular 5 Series, this new-generation executive sedan filters out plenty of noise from the outside. The sports exhaust can also be set to comfort mode for a more relaxed drive.

    Passenger comfort

    The BMW M5 comes standard with variable damping control suspension that continuously adjusts the stiffness according to the road condition as well as the selection of the driving mode.
    Wind and road noise is amazingly filtered out in this premium sedan. Long-distance driving can be accomplished without fatigue thanks to the large multi contour seats in front and rear passenger have plenty of headroom and legroom.

  • Fuel Comusmption

    BMW M5 – Fuel Economy

    The fuel consumption of the twin-turbocharged eight-cylinder engine in the BMW M5 is rated at 10.5 litres per 100 km (9.5 km/L).

  • Conclusion

    BMW M5 – Conclusion

    The BMW M5 is still the king of the supersedans with supercar performance that is so easily accessible yet doesn’t intimidate unless provoked. It feels more complete than the Mercedes-AMG E63 S, delivering a more refined total package.
    It rides with a lot better comfort and handling that is far more precise. However, at the one million price mark, the Porsche Taycan Turbo is a seriously good alternative, offering a completely new driving experience of high-performance electric propulsion.
    BMW has started venturing in the fully-electric BMW M cars, and this F90 M5 with a loud V8 engine might just be the final supersedan to exist.

BMW M5 2022 has total 10 color options in Malaysia: Alpine White, Black Sapphire Metallic, Champagne Quartz, Azurite Black, Singapore Grey, Donington Grey, Marina Blue, Bluestone Metallic, Snapper Rocks Blue, Almandine Brown Metallic.

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