Lot 237 - 2006 BMW M5
|Odometer reading||15,203 miles|
|Result||Sold - £28,450|
- Extremely low mileage
- Hamann bodykit
The 2006 BMW V10 M5 is a high-performance saloon car that redefines driving exhilaration. Its heart is a 5.0 litre V10 engine, producing 500 horsepower of symphonic power, giving it a remarkable 0-60mph time of just over 4 seconds. This masterpiece of engineering is mated to a seven-speed SMG transmission, allowing lightning-fast shifts. The M5's aggressive exterior design, subtle aerodynamic enhancements, and quad exhaust tips hint at its potent capabilities. Inside, it blends luxury and sportiness seamlessly, featuring advanced technology and driver-focused controls. The 2006 BMW V10 M5 stands as a captivating fusion of precision engineering and dynamic prowess.
This BMW E60 M5 powerhouse was originally registered in July 2006 and has only covered 15,203 miles. Presenting in Silverstone metallic with a contrasting black extended Merino leather interior, this well-equipped example benefits from satellite navigation, factory fitted sunroof, heads-up display and is fitted with a stylish Hamann motorsport bodykit with black Hamann alloys and red brake calipers. The vendor of this impressive autobahn cruiser is only its second owner and has only completed 4,200 miles in his 10-year tenure. During which time the car has been dry stored and attached to a battery conditioner. Offered to auction with a V5C registration document and a fresh MoT test certificate, this BMW must be the lowest mileage and highest specified example available in the market.
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