The U.S. base price of the 2013 M5 starts at $90,795, including a destination charge of $895. Since the M5 already comes well equipped, even checking off both major option packages will only add $7,400 to the sticker, but be forewarned: if you want custom touches from BMW’s Individual groups (paint, interior trim or leather upholstery), the price climbs quickly.
Go heavy on the personalization options, and the 2013 BMW M5 can easily crack the $115,000 barrier. We’ve got simple tastes, so our “as configured” price, including the M5 in standard paint and trim, with the six-speed manual, floor mats and smartphone integration, worked out to just over $91,000. Your mileage, as they say, may vary.
All 2013 BMW M5s get BMW’s latest TwinPower turbo V-8, good for 560 horsepower and 502 pound feet of torque. That’s good enough to get the M5 from 0-60 mph in just 4.4 seconds, on its way to a top speed of 190 mph when equipped withe the M Driver’s Package (not yet priced in the configurator).