2013 BMW M5 Nighthawk Japan Edition

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

BMW’s M5 has always been one of our favorite sedans on the market, and now BMW Japan looks to up the ante with the release of their M5 Nighthawk Japan Edition.

The name of the vehicle says it all for this one. The four door is rocking a Frozen Black Matte paint job complete with black 20 inch M light alloy wheels, and even black pipes for the exhaust tips. Contrasting red leather and carbon fiber is used throughout the interior for a nice touch. The car’s V8 has been pumped up to 575 horsepower, helping the car get to 100 km/h in just 4.2 seconds. Set to hit the scene this coming October, the M5 Nighthawk will carry a window sticker of $180,000, and will be ultra limited to only 10 total units.

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