If you’ve got the $90,695 cash in hand and are planning to buy a 2013 BMW M5, it might be worth while to peruse the car’s order guide, which is available in the comfort of your own home.
Fans of the M5 will probably already know that the car will be powered by a 4.4-liter V8 capable of 560 hp. Looking through the form we can see that the car will probably still manage reasonable mileage for its class given that fuel shutoff is standard.
Non-metallic white paint is the only color that won’t cost extra, the others which include creative names like “Moonstone” and “Champagne Quartz” cost $1,800. Opting for a two-tone leather interior will cost $5,000, while the full Merino leather option is only sn extra $3,500.
The “Executive Package,” which includes fancy features like a heated steering wheel, four-zone climate control, a head-up display and many others costs $5,500 and is required if you want to use the “BMW apps.”
Most M Division enthusiasts probably aren’t as concerned with fanny warmers as they are performance and looks, and that crowd will be pleased to learn that the stylish split five-spoke 20-inch wheels are available for only $1,300 and look much nicer than the standard versions.
Click here for a copy of the form to see everything for yourself.