2014 BMW M5 Facelift caught for the first time

BMW is working on the current 5 Series (F10) to give it a mild facelift for 2014. We have already seen the 5 Series saloon, touring and GT version testing. Here we have the first pictures of the new BMW M5 Facelift which looks to get just a few small changes.

The M5 facelift reveals new headlights, revised grille, minor changes to the bumper above the air intakes and at the rear we can see revised rear lights and an updated bumper above the exhausts.

The 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 in the current model delivers 552bhp. As the recently introduced Mercedes E 63 AMG S-model packs 577bhp we expect the M5 facelift also to deliver around 575bhp.


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