It hasn’t been that long since the last time they were captured spy images of the BMW M5 2024but, unlike the previous ones that have shown their bodywork, these are the first ones that look like the interior of the sedan.
The M5 was recently seen with a very sneaky cockpit. Still, even this first look at the seats, dash, and center console gives you a pretty good idea of what the new car will look like. M5 2024 from inside.
Spy images capture the interior of the BMW M5 2024
First, a flat-bottomed steering wheel occupies a central position in the interior with shift paddles hidden behind. There are some physical buttons on the steering wheel and fine leather with three-color stitching in the brand colors BMW M plus what appears to be a center marker. Also, the seat design looks comfortable with good lateral supports.
There’s also what appears to be a large curved screen on the dash. This should not be a surprise given that BMW now you are installing your latest infotainment system in a growing number of its models. Expect to see the latest version of the iDrive 8 software running on that screen with improved voice commands, better connectivity, and new cloud features. It is worth mentioning that the large screen on the passenger side is not part of the equipment of the vehicle, in fact, it is used by the test driver to collect and control the data of the prototype.
The center console houses the round controller for the infotainment system and what appears to be a minimalist gear stick. Expect to see a more traditional shifter on the performance sedan codenamed G90, though it looks like the German brand will give it the same design as the rest of the sedan lineup. series 5.
The spy images show the M5 2024 spied on in two different locations. Closer shots reveal more of the front end design of the sedan, including the design of the daytime running lights integrated into the spotlights. The second is obviously from the Nurburgring and shows the speedy sedan with less disguise on the front bumper and shiny front disc brakes. Meanwhile, the quad exhaust pipes and the Electrified Vehicle decal on the rear bumper once again confirm the hybrid V8 powertrain that hides under the hood.
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