Test drive: BMW goes beyond the Competition with the premium M5 CS
At a price tag of close to quarter of a million euro, the M5 CS is incredibly expensive, but a test of its abilities on track shows it offers an unbelievable driving experience
Here we have the new BMW M5 CS. It’s an even higher-performing development of the existing M5 Competition, with a raft of changes designed to make it faster and even better to drive than before. At €241,415 on-the-road in Ireland, however, it’s a mind-boggling €70,000 or so more than the model on which it’s closely based.
None of the cars made by BMW’s M division are cheap to buy,...
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