2022 BMW M5 CS

Like the looks of the M2 CS but need four doors…and 180 horsepower more? That’s the recipe for BMW’s 2022 M5 CS, which sheds a claimed 230 lbs from the base M5 while upping horsepower to 627. To achieve the weight drop, the M5 CS utilizes carbon-fiber front seats, twin bucket rear seats in place of the standard bench, less sound insulation, and a carbon hood, front splitter, mirror caps, and rear valance. Also included in the $143,000 base price are forged 20″ wheels, carbon-ceramic brakes, revised suspension tuning, and gold/bronze details. It all pulls together for a pretty slick package – if you can afford it. And today’s limited-edition one isn’t hitting the auction circuit anywhere close to sticker. Let’s take a look:

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Year: 2022
Model: M5 CS
VIN: WBS73CH05NCH68005
Engine: 4.4 liter twin-turbocharged V8
Transmission: 8-speed automatic
Mileage: 1,100 mi
Location: Bonita Springs, Florida
Price: $229,955 Buy It Now

2022 BMW
M5 CS

BRANDS HATCH GRAY
METALLIC EXTERIOR

BLACK LEATHER w/MUGELLO
RED STITCHED INTERIOR

ONLY 1,133 MILES!

SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE

627 HORSEPOWER TWIN TURBO 4.4L V8
8-SPEED M AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
SPORT TUNED ADAPTIVE SUSPENSION
20″ M DESIGN WHEELS-GOLD BRONZE
ACTIVE DUAL EXHAUST w/QUAD TIPS
YELLOW ADAPTIVE LED HEADLIGHTS
CARBON FIBER MIRROR HOUSINGS
FRONT & REAR PARKING SENSORS
POWER FOLD EXTERIOR MIRRORS
CROSS DRILLED BRAKE ROTORS
CARBON FIBER ENGINE COVER
GOLD BRONZE GRILLE FRAME
SELECTABLE DRIVE MODES
BLACK SHADOWLINE TRIM
CARBON CERAMIC BRAKES
CARBON FIBER DIFFUSER
CARBON FIBER SPLITTER
CARBON FIBER SPOILER
xDRIVE 4-WHEEL DRIVE
BRAKE CALIPERS – RED
CARBON FIBER HOOD
CARBON FIBER ROOF
KEYLESS ACCESS
LED TAILLIGHTS
NAVIGATION
HOMELINK
BLUETOOTH
SHIFT PADDLES
BACK-UP CAMERA
PUSH BUTTON START
M STRIPE SEAT BELTS
DUAL – ZONE AUTO AC
ALCANTARA HEADLINER
PIANO BLACK INT. TRIM
M5 CS DOOR SILL GUARDS
SMART DEVICE INTERFACE
CARBON FIBER REAR SEATS
CARBON FIBER FRONT SEATS
SELECTABLE DRIVING MODES
TOUCHSCREEN INFOTAINMENT
HEATED POWER ADJUST SEATS
CARBON FIBER SHIFT PADDLES
DIGITAL INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
M ALCANTARA STEERING WHEEL
CARBON FIBER DASHBOARD TRIM
MULTIFUNCTION STEERING WHEEL
SELECTABLE SUSPENSION SETTINGS
SELECTABLE TRANSMISSION SETTINGS
NURBURGRING SILHOUETTE HEADRESTS

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Brands Hatch Gray probably isn’t the color I’d choose were I ordering one new, but it looks neat and is offset nicely by the bronze details. Inside is, rather unfortunately, a sea of black. Okay, the shiny black offsets the matte black, but why didn’t they carry the bronze accents – or body-color tones – inside? To me, BMW missed the mark slightly on this car; sure, it’s mega impressive that it’ll do 0-60 in 2.9 seconds and 190 mph. But if they were going for a lightweight special, why not ditch the heavily AWD and automatic systems to replace them with a 7-speed manual and rear drive? The answer is simple – it wouldn’t be as fast, and today’s ultra-sport-sedan market seems to only about who wins Matt Watson’s Carwow drag races.

Then there’s the price. How is this one the best part of $70,000 over sticker? And who would pay over $200,000 for an M5? The original US M5 stickered for $47,900 and there were effectively no options. Corrected for inflation, that’s about $114,000 – about 10k more than the current base M5’s sticker price. I get that the CS models are special, but I don’t understand paying over double the standard model’s price.

-Carter

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4 Comments

  1. That hump in the front seat would be a deal killer for me.

  2. Wow, those seats look miserable to sit in! And I’m not sure about the shade of gold that they used on the exterior–it’s just not quite right. Maybe it’s just the photos or the exterior paint color. And yes, $200k is insane.

  3. Totally useless car. M5s used to be fast, enjoyable cars. E28, e34, e39 are all-time greats. Even the e60 was a great M5 with a bad transmission. They all had comfort, character and were plenty fast for the road. They did not need a track or “competition” version as that’s not what the M5 is about. Save those for M2/M3/M4, and spend the M5 development budget on making it a more involving and comfortable car. Stiffer and faster are NOT what is needed.

  4. I’ve never understood the purpose of the CS M-cars. The people that I met that have one are all about the ‘flex’, either on Instagram or at a C&C. They drive it for a year or so, get bored, and then move on to something else.They have zero appreciation for the brand.

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