BMW M5 And 5-Series Mission: Impossible Special Editions Launched In Japan

After announcing a partnership with the Mission: Impossible franchise last month, BMW has now launched two special edition models of the M5 and the regular 5-Series, in the Land of the Rising Sun.

Called the BMW M5 Edition Mission: Impossible, the high performance saloon benefits from as much power as the new M5 Competition. Thus, the twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 engine delivers 625PS (617hp / 460kW) and takes only 3.3sec to sprint from naught to 100km/h (0-62mph).

Dressed in Singapore Grey, just like the car featured in the new ‘Mission: Impossible Fallout’ movie, this BMW M5 features a blacked out kidney grille and side mirror caps, and sits on 20-inch alloy wheels. Emphasizing its special stance is a ‘Mission: Impossible’ sticker added to the B pillar, whereas the interior is adorned with piano trim and Merino leather.

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BMW says the new M5 Edition Mission: Impossible is available in both left- and right-hand drive specifications. Pricing starts from 19,640,000 yen ($177,587) in Japan, and doesn’t include tax, insurance fee and other expenses.

Joining the special M5 is the new BMW 5-Series Edition Mission: Impossible. It’s based on the M Sport model, offered in right-hand drive, and sports a Black Sapphire look, M Performance kidney grille, ‘Mission: Impossible’ sticker on the B pillar and 19-inch alloy wheels.

It also gets Dakota leather inside with BMW Individual touches, alongside the adaptive suspension of the 540i.

The 5-Series can be ordered in both sedan and Touring body styles, and customers have to choose between the 523i, 523d and 530i models. Pricing ranges between 7,950,000 yen ($71,885) and 8,830,000 yen ($79,842).

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