BMW 5 Series 50 Jahre M Edition launched in India, priced at Rs 67.50 lakh
In India, BMW has unveiled yet another limited-edition vehicle to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the M performance line. The most recent is the 50 Jahre M Edition, which is based on the BMW 530i M Sport and costs Rs 67.50 lakh.
The special limited-edition 5 Series 50 M Jahre Edition was created based on the top-of-the-line 5 Series 530i M Sport trim. The front, rear, and wheel hub caps all feature the iconic BMW Motorsport insignia. The door projectors for "50 Years of M" are also included in the set. In addition, the high-gloss black paint job includes the distinctive kidney grille, front bumper design components, window frames, exterior rearview mirrors, and exhaust tips.
Additionally, the 18-inch M alloy wheels in Jet Black with Red M Sport brake callipers are another addition to the 5 Series 50 M Jahre Edition. BMW offers the saloon with four metallic colour options: Carbon Black, Phytonic Blue, Alpine White, and Bernina Grey Amber Effect. Notably, BMW has equipped this premium model with anti-dazzle high-beam assistance and laser headlights with a range of up to 650 meters.
The 530i 50 Jahre M edition is propelled by the dependable 2.0-litre turbo-petrol engine, which produces 252PS and 350 Nm. The engine comes equipped with an 8-speed automatic transmission.
Sensatec upholstery in a cognac colour scheme with ornamental stitching, in contrast, is installed on the inside. The embroidery and livery on the seat belts are both from the M division. The inside of this 5 Series M 50 Jahre is equipped similarly to the 530i M Sport, with front sports seats, four-zone climate control, a 16-speaker, 464-watt Harman Kardon sound system, a 12.3-inch driver display, and a 12.3-inch central information centre.
Starts Rs 62.9 Lakhs
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