BMW M5

BMW M5

The E34 generation of the BMW M5 was produced from September 1988 to August 1995. Powered by the S38 straight-6 engine, an evolution of the previous generation’s straight-6, it was initially produced in a sedan body style, with a LHD Touring (wagon/estate) version following in 1992.

Production of M5 models began with the painted bodyshell of an E34 5 Series at the BMW Dingolfing plant. The shells were then transported to BMW M GmbH in Garching, where the car was assembled by hand over a period of two weeks. Only the South African M5 was entirely assembled at the Rosslyn, South Africa assembly plant from complete knock-down kits supplied from Garching, Germany. The M5 Touring, which was BMW M Division’s first wagon as well as the last hand-built M car, saw 891 units produced. Total production of the E34 M5 was 12,254 units.

Cosmetic changes to the exterior from the standard E34 included unique front and rear bumpers and side rocker panels, contributing to a drag coefficient of 0.32 (from 0.30), and interior updates included a unique gearshift surround and rear headrests.

Two Units Available.

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10 Fourth Lok Yang Road Singapore 629707

Eugene Tan: +65 9665 5676

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