F10 M5
  History
Production Data
Drivetrain
Chassis
Cosmetics
Special Versions
Colors and Upholstery
   
 
Production Versions:
FV91: European-spec (LHD), 09/2011 through 10/2016
FV92: European-spec (RHD), 09/2011 through 10/2016
FV93: North American-spec (LHD), 03/2012 through 10/2016
   
History
What makes the F10 M5 unique?
The F10 M5 is the fifth iteration of the M5 series to come from BMW M GmbH, the subsidiary of BMW AG responsible for engineering its most performance-oriented products. It is the first M5 to utilize forced induction, specifically an evolution of the same twin-turbocharged V8 motor that initially debuted in the E70 X5 M and E71 X6 M . Like many previous M5 models, the chassis and bodywork are also heavily modified relative to the standard F10 5 Series.
Where was the F10 M5 first introduced?
The F10 M5 was first shown as the M5 Concept at the Shanghai Motor Show in April of 2011. This previewed the styling of the production version, which debuted at the IAA Frankfurt in September of 2011.
Where was the F10 M5 produced?
All F10 M5s were built on the standard 5 Series production line at BMW's Dingolfing factory north-east of Munich.
Did BMW M ever produce an F11 M5 Touring?
While BMW M had previously offered M5 Touring (station wagon) models in both the E34 and E61 generations, it produced the F10 M5 exclusively as a sedan. However, it is highly likely that at least one M5 Touring prototype was produced for evaluation purposes. It is also interesting to note that internal model codes were assigned for the F11 M5 Touring: MX91 (left-hand drive) and MX92 (right-hand drive).
Production Data
How many different versions of the F10 M5 were produced?
The F10 M5 was produced in three distinct versions: ECE specification with left-hand drive (FV91), ECE specification with right-hand drive (FV92) and North American specification (FV93). These model codes encompass both the original and later LCI (Life Cycle Impulse or "facelifted") versions.
How many examples of the F10 M5 were produced?
FV91 (ECE-spec, LHD): 6,281 produced from 09/2011 through 10/2016
FV92 (ECE-spec, RHD): 5,164 produced from 09/2011 through 10/2016
FV93 (NA-spec, RHD): 8,088 produced from 03/2012 through 10/2016
What changes were made during the production of the F10 M5?
—Graphite Merino leather (ZAP8) and Cohiba Brown Merino leather (ZAWT) discontinued (02/13)
—Honey Brown Satin Walnut wood (ZE6) discontinued (02/13)
—Revised steering system with smaller torsion bars and updated software, stiffer front suspension bushings (03/13)
—M Carbon Ceramic Brakes available as an option (03/13)
—Havana (Mojave) Brown metallic (A17) and Amazonite Silver metallic (X07) discontinued (06/13)
—Life Cycle Impulse (LCI) exterior: double-spoke grille with "M5" badge, optional LED headlights, standard LED taillights (07/13)
—Life Cycle Impulse (LCI) interior: redesigned M steering wheel, iDrive controller with touch pad, chrome trim highlights (07/13)
—Competition Package available as an option (07/13)
—Amaro Brown Merino leather (ZAP5) and Nutmeg Merino leather (ZAML) introduced (07/13)
—Light Brown Sen wood (XEW) introduced (07/13)
—Jatoba Brown metallic (B65) introduced (07/14)
—Pyrite Brown metallic (X13) discontinued (06/15)
—Tanzanite Blue metallic (X10) introduced (07/15)
What does the term "Life Cycle Impulse" designate?
BMW introduced the term "Life Cycle Impulse" or "LCI" in the late 2000s to designate models that have received their mid-life cosmetic update. Though the practice of introducing cosmetic revisions to existing BMW models at approximately the midpoint of their lifespan dates back to the 1970s, the updated fifth-generation 3 Series was among the first BMWs to officially receive the LCI terminology.
How many Canadian-market F10 M5s were produced for the 2012 model year?
Though the F10 M5 was introduced to the US market as a 2013 model (with production commencing in July of 2012), Canadian F10 M5 production began earlier, in March of 2012 as a 2012 model. Approximately 175 Canadian examples were produced in total for the 2012 model year.
How many examples of the F10 M5 were produced with the 6-speed manual transmission?
BMW M offered a 6-speed manual gearbox as a no-cost option exclusively for F10 M5s sold in North America. A total of 577 were produced, including 17 pre-production cars.
What is the Competition Package and what does it consist of?
The Competition Package for the F10 M5, known by the internal option code 7MA, was introduced beginning with July, 2013 production and consisted of the following features:
—Revised engine management with different boost mapping, yielding 15 additional horsepower (for a total of 575)
—Sport exhaust with black chrome tips
—Revised suspension tuning with shorter (by 10mm) and stiffer (by 20 percent) springs, stiffer damping rates (by 20 percent), stiffer front axle bushings and increased anti-roll bar stiffness (by 15 percent)
—Quicker steering rack (by 10 percent) with revised Servotronic software
—Retuned Active M Differential software
—Retuned M Dynamic Mode (MDM) for Dynamic Stability Control (DSC)
20-inch cast alloy "Style 601M" alloy wheels, sized 9x20-inch (front) and 10x20-inch (rear)
How many examples of the F10 M5 were produced with the optional Competition Package (7MA)?
FV91 (ECE-spec, LHD): 1,068
FV92 (ECE-spec, RHD): 785
FV93 (NA-spec): 2,606
Drivetrain
What are the characteristics and specifications of the F10 M5's V8 engine?
The F10 M5 is powered the S63 B44T0 (commonly referred to simply as S63 TU), a development of the same M-tuned 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine first introduced in 2009. The bore (89mm), stroke (88.3mm) and overall design are carried over from the earlier version (designated S63 B44O0), but the newer engine incorporates Valvetronic, BMW's ultra-precise intake valve lift control system that dispenses with the butterfly valve in the intake tract and replaces it with a set of rocker arms controlled by the motor electronics. Additional changes specific to the S63 TU include:
—A revised cylinder head design (including the cover)
—New valvetrain, pistons, connecting rods and crankshaft
—Revised variable camshaft timing (VANOS)
—Larger twin-scroll turbochargers (by roughly 10%) resulting in 21.8 psi of boost (up from 17.4 psi)
—Larger intercoolers
—Increased compression from 9.3:1 to 10.0:1
—Improved cooling system
—MEVD17.2.8 engine management control

In standard form, the S63 B44T0 produces 560 hp from 6,000 to 7,000 rpm and 500 lb/ft of torque from 1,500 to 5,750 rpm. However, M5s equipped with the optional Competition Package develop 575 hp (thanks to revised engine software), while a 600-hp version (with 516 lb/ft of torque) was fitted to several of the F10 M5 special editions.
What transmissions were offered for the F10 M5?
The vast majority of F10 M5s are equipped with the same 7-speed M Double-Clutch Transmission (M-DCT) first developed for the E90/E92/E93 M3. However, the version in the F10 M5 includes beefier internal components, different gear ratios, and six DRIVELOGIC modes (as opposed to 11). The gear ratios for the M-DCT are as follows: 4.81 (1), 2.59 (2), 1.70 (3), 1.28 (4), 1.00 (5). 0.84 (6), 0.67 (7). The final drive ratio is 3.15:1.

In North America, BMW M alternatively offered the F10 M5 with a ZF Type G 6-speed manual transmission. The gear ratios for the manual transmission are as follows: 4.06 (1), 2.40 (2), 1.58 (3), 1.19 (4), 1.00 (5), 0.87 (6). The final drive ratio is 3.15:1.
What kind of stability control system is fitted to the F10 M5?
The F10 M5 is equipped with an advanced Dynamic Stability Control system jointly developed by Teves and BMW that is able to reduce engine power and/or apply braking force to any single wheel. Like earlier DSC systems, the M-tuned version in the F10 M5 features Brake Standby (which prepares for hard braking by pressuring the pad up against the rotor when the driver abruptly reduces throttle), Brake Drying (which pressures the pad up against the rotor when the rain sensor detects moisture in order to keep the brake pads dry), and Start-Off Assistant (which holds the brakes for one second after the driver's foot is removed from the brake pedal in uphill conditions). DSC can be completely disabled or switched into M Dynamic Mode (MDM), which raises the threshold at which the system will engage. The DSC system is designed to work in concert with the standard Active M Differential (AMD).
What is the Active M Differential (AMD) and how does it work?
The Active M Differential (AMD) fitted to the F10 M5 is a further development of the Variable M Differential Lock first introduced on the E46 M3 in 2001. Essentially a multi-plate clutch with electronic controls, AMD operates using information from the Dynamic Stability Control sensors to precisely and immediately adjust the differential from completely open to 100% locked. The aggressiveness of the locking action is altered when the M Dynamic Mode (MDM) is engaged.
What is MDrive and how does it function in the F10 M5?
MDrive was initially introduced in the E60 M5 as a way to customize many dynamic vehicle functions using the iDrive system and then store that combination to a single programmable button on the steering wheel that could be selected by the driver at any time. For the F10 M5, BMW M simplified MDrive by introducing dedicated buttons near the shift lever for each of its functions: Dynamic Stability Control (on, off or MDM), engine response (Efficient, Sport or Sport Plus), Electronic Damping Control (Comfort, Sport or Sport Plus), Servotronic power steering assist (Comfort, Sport or Sport Plus) and M-DCT (six DRIVELOGIC modes). These settings can be stored to two programmable buttons (M1 and M2) on the steering wheel.
Chassis
How does the suspension of the F10 M5 differ from that of the standard 5 Series?
The F10 M5 utilizes the same basic multi-link suspension design as other F10 5 Series models. However, nearly every single component has been substantially modified by BMW M GmbH and the geometry is unique to the M5. Additionally, the M5 utilizes forged aluminum lateral links and a reinforcement plate where the front subframe is attached. The rear subframe is bolted directly to the chassis. Finally, the springs, shocks (with standard adaptive damping) and anti-roll bars have all been specifically tuned by BMW M, with additional tweaks on F10 M5s equipped with the Competition Package.
What type of braking system is used on the F10 M5?
The F10 M5 is equipped as standard equipment with four-wheel vented and cross-drilled disc steel brakes that measure 15.7-inches in the front and 15.6-inches in the rear. The two-piece rotors are comprised of an aluminum inner hat and a cast iron outer portion that are connected with steel pins. In addition, a 6-piston fixed caliper is used at the front. All four brake calipers are painted dark blue and feature an M logo.

Beginning in March of 2013, the M Carbon Ceramic brake system was offered on the M5 as an extra-cost option. In addition to increased fade resistance, the main advantage of the ceramic components are reduced weight. For example, each ceramic front disc weighs just 17.1 lbs (versus 30.6 lbs for the steel equivalent), despite the fact that the ceramic version is nearly half an inch larger. M5s equipped with the M Carbon Ceramic option have gold calipers with an M logo.
What type of steering system is used in the F10 M5?
The F10 M5 is equipped with a rack-and-pinion steering system a ratio that varies depending on the amount of lock applied. The mean ratio for the system is 13.1:1, which is 27 percent quicker than the rack used on other 5 Series models. On F10 M5s equipped with the Competition Package, the steering rack is an additional 10 percent faster. In addition, the steering is equipped with Servotronic hydraulic variable power assistance that constantly varies the amount of assist based on vehicle speed. Three different parameters for the overall level of assist can be selected: Comfort, Sport and Sport Plus.
What are the factory wheel and tire sizes for the F10 M5?
The F10 M5 is equipped as standard equipment with 19-inch "Style 345M" cast-alloy M Double Spoke alloy wheels. These measure 9.0 x 19-inches in front (with 265/40ZR19 tires) and 10 x 19-inches in the rear (with 295/35ZR19 tires). Larger BBS-made 20-inch forged "Style 343M" M Double Spoke alloy wheels, measuring 9.0 x 20-inches in front (with 265/35ZR20 tires) and 10 x 20-inches in the rear (with 295/30ZR20 tires) were offered as an extra-cost option. These were alternatively offered with a black finish in some markets. M5s equipped with the optional Competition Package include unique 20-inch "Style 601M" M Double Spoke cast alloy wheels. However, in many markets the Style 343M wheels could be specified with the Competition Package as a no-cost option.
Cosmetics
How does the exterior of the F10 M5 differ from those of a standard 5 Series?
The exterior styling of the F10 M5 sedan is substantially altered compared to other 5 Series models and differs specifically in the following ways:
—Unique front bumper design (similar but not identical to that of the M Sport/M Performance version) with three large and prominent air intakes, but no fog lights
– Front fenders that are 0.8-inches wider than those on other 5 Series and incorporate unique chrome-edged gills with the "M5" logo and integrated LED turn signals
—Seven front grille slats (six pairs of double-slats for the LCI version, which also features an "M5" badge) painted in high-gloss black with a chrome surround
M5-specific rear bumper with two pairs of chrome dual-exhaust tips separated by a large central diffuser
—Unique M-design side mirrors
—High-Gloss Shadowline window trim (shared with M Sport and M Performance models)
Body-color lip spoiler (shared with M Sport and M Performance models) and "M5" badge on the trunk lid.
How does the interior of the F10 M5 differ from those of other 5 Series models?
The interior of the F10 M5 shares its overall design and construction with that of other 5 Series models. However, it does contain the following specific features:
—A 3-spoke M steering wheel (in a completely different design on LCI M5s) with tri-color M stitching on the rim and two "M" buttons on the left-hand spoke (to select the programmable MDrive modes). Cars equipped with the M-DCT transmission also have prominent shift paddles.
—Optional (though standard in North America) 20-way* M Multi-Function sport seats covered in Merino leather with M5-specific stitching and an "M" logo on each front headrest (*NOTE: adjustable side bolster width not included in North America)
Special M instrumentation with red gauge needles, unique instrument graphics (including a graduated 330 kph/200 mph speedometer), M logo on tachometer face and unique digital displays for gear selection, Drivelogic mode and Driving Dynamics modes
Additional buttons surrounding the shift lever to control the DSC mode, throttle response mode, EDC mode, Servotronic mode and M-DCT Drivelogic mode (absent on manual-transmisison cars)
—Illuminated leather shift knob (manual transmission) or illuminated M DCT shifter, both with "M" logo
—Anthracite Alcantara headliner (also offered in other colors from BMW Individual)
—Three types of M5-specific interior trims (Aluminum Trace, Ash Grain Brown wood and Anthracite Fineline wood)
—Door sill plates bearing the "M5" logo
—M Design driver's footrest
—Unique center console storage tray covered in Black Merino leather
Special Versions
Were there any special versions of the F10 M5?
A total of 11 different special editions of the F10 M5 were offered worldwide. However, the M5 "30 Jahre Edition" and the M5 "Competition Edition" are the only two that were produced in significant numbers and available in multiple global markets. The other nine were developed for a specific single country and therefore produced in very small quantities. A summary of each of these nine market-specific "national" special editions can be found by clicking on the bar below.
    • BMW Individual Code KA391
      Market(s) Offered United Kingdom
      Competition Package (7MA) No
      Carbon Ceramic Brakes No
      Available Paint Colors Frozen Red* or Frozen Blue metallic (W91) or Frozen Brilliant White metallic (W93) *Electric Red (438) with a matte wrap
      Available Upholstery Colors Black complete Merino leather (X3SW) with Mugello Red contrast stitching (with Frozen Red paint), Black complete Merino leather (X3SW) with Tobago Blue contrast stitching (with Frozen Blue metallic paint), Black complete Merino leather (X3SW) with Lotus White contrast stitching (with Frozen Brilliant White metallic paint)
      Special Edition Features 20-inch matte black alloy wheels (Style 343M), Dark Chrome door handle clasps, Alcantara steering wheel with tri-color "M" stitching, velour floor mats with color-keyed trim, Piano Black interior trim inscribed with "BMW M Performance Edition One of 30", door sill plates inscribed with "BMW M Performance Edition"
      Number Produced 30 (10 in each color)
      Production Period 3/1/2012
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    • BMW Individual Code
      Market(s) Offered Japan
      Competition Package (7MA) Yes
      Carbon Ceramic Brakes Yes
      Available Paint Colors Frozen Black metallic (U91)
      Available Upholstery Colors Sakhir Orange complete Merino leather (X3DA)
      Special Edition Features Dark Chrome grille + side gills + door handle clasps + exhaust tips, BMW M Performance carbon fiber interior trim
      Number Produced 10 (all left-hand drive)
      Production Period 7/1/2013
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    • BMW Individual Code KA447
      Market(s) Offered China
      Competition Package (7MA) Yes
      Carbon Ceramic Brakes No
      Available Paint Colors Alpine White III (300) or Black Sapphire metallic (475)
      Available Upholstery Colors Sakhir Orange extended Merino leather (LKDA)
      Special Edition Features Dark Chrome grille + side gills + door handle clasps, gold "Year of the Horse" logo (Chinese character) on front headrests
      Number Produced 30 (15 in each paint color)
      Production Period 10/2013 and 11/2013
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    • BMW Individual Code KA452
      Market(s) Offered Canada
      Competition Package (7MA) Yes
      Carbon Ceramic Brakes Yes
      Available Paint Colors Santorin Blue II (327) or Frozen Black metallic (U91) or Fire Orange II (U94)
      Available Upholstery Colors Black complete Merino leather (X3SW) or Sakhir Orange complete Merino leather (X3DA)
      Special Edition Features BMW M Performance exhaust, 20-inch matte black alloy wheels (Style 343M), Dark Chrome grille + side gills + door handle clasps, BMW Individual Piano Black interior trim
      Number Produced 20 (10 in Frozen Black metallic, 5 in Santorin Blue II and 5 in Fire Orange II)
      Production Period 11/2013 through 4/2014
    • BMW Individual Code
      Market(s) Offered Australia
      Competition Package (7MA) Yes
      Carbon Ceramic Brakes No
      Available Paint Colors Azurite Black metallic (S34) or Frozen Black metallic (U91)
      Available Upholstery Colors Black complete Merino leather (X3SW) or Sakhir Orange complete Merino leather (X3DA)
      Special Edition Features 20-inch matte black alloy wheels (Style 343M), BMW M Performance carbon fiber mirror caps + interior trim + shift knob, velour floor mats with color-keyed trim
      Number Produced 10 (7 in Frozen Black metallic and 3 in Azurite Black metallic)
      Production Period 6/2015 through 10/2015
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    • BMW Individual Code
      Market(s) Offered Australia
      Competition Package (7MA) Yes
      Carbon Ceramic Brakes No
      Available Paint Colors Brilliant White metallic (U21) or Frozen Brilliant White metallic (X16)
      Available Upholstery Colors Black complete Merino leather (X3SW)
      Special Edition Features 20-inch matte black alloy wheels (Style 343M), BMW M Performance carbon fiber mirror caps + interior trim + shift knob, velour floor mats with color-keyed trim
      Number Produced 10 (5 in each color)
      Production Period 6/2015 through 8/2015
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    • BMW Individual Code KA486
      Market(s) Offered South Africa
      Competition Package (7MA) Yes
      Carbon Ceramic Brakes Yes
      Available Paint Colors Pure Metal Silver metallic (P13)
      Available Upholstery Colors Black complete Merino leather (X3SW) with contrasting stitching in light grey
      Special Edition Features 600-hp engine specification, 20-inch alloy wheels (Style 343M), Dark Aluminum Trace interior trim with special edition badge
      Number Produced 20
      Production Period 8/2015 through 10/2015
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    • BMW Individual Code KA500
      Market(s) Offered Canada
      Competition Package (7MA) Yes
      Carbon Ceramic Brakes Yes
      Available Paint Colors Frozen Black metallic (U91)
      Available Upholstery Colors Black + Opal White bi-color complete Merino leather with Opal White contrast stitching
      Special Edition Features Dark Chrome grille + side gills + door handle clasps, BMW Individual Piano Black interior trim, velour floor mats with color-keyed trim, "BMW Individual Manufaktur" on front headrests and door sill plates
      Number Produced 5*
      Production Period 3/2016 (* one additional car produced in 7/2016 with identical specification but no special edition code)
    • BMW Individual Code KA511
      Market(s) Offered USA
      Competition Package (7MA) Yes
      Carbon Ceramic Brakes Yes
      Available Paint Colors Pure Metal Silver metallic (P13)
      Available Upholstery Colors Black complete Merino leather (X3SW) with contrasting stitching in light grey
      Special Edition Features 600-hp engine specification, BMW M Performance exhaust, black grille, 20-inch alloy wheels (Style 343M), Dark Aluminum Trace interior trim with special edition badge
      Number Produced 50
      Production Period 7/2016 through 10/2016
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What distinguishes the F10 M5 "30 Jahre Edition"?
To honor the 30th anniversary of the introduction of the original E28 M5, BMW M GmbH produced exactly 300 examples of the M5 30 Jahre Edition between June and November of 2014. This edition was available in most worldwide markets, with the most notable exceptions being China and South Africa.

In addition to being equipped with the optional Competition Package, each example features a revised engine management program that increases turbocharger boost, thereby raising maximum horsepower from 575 hp to 600 hp and maximum torque from 500 lb-ft to 516 lb-ft. Furthermore, the M5 30 Jahre Edition is equipped with the following additional unique enhancements*:
—Frozen Dark Silver metallic paint (P67)
—Dark Chrome grille + side gills (with "30 Jahre M5" logo) + door handle clasps
20-inch "Style 601M" alloy wheels with Jet Black inside spokes
Black complete Merino leather upholstery with light grey contrast stitching and Anthracite Alcantara trim
M multifunction front seats with contrasting grey "30 Jahre M5" designation on upper backrest
Alcantara steering wheel rim with M tri-color stitching
Front door sill plates inscribed with "30 Jahre M5"
—"Suntouched" Aluminum Trace interior trim with "30 Jahre M5, 1/300" badge
*M Carbon Ceramic brakes standard in North America, optional in other markets
What distinguishes the F10 M5 "Competition Edition"?
To celebrate the end of F10 M5 production, BMW M GmbH produced 200 examples of the M5 "Competition Edition" during September and October of 2016. Production was evenly split between two colors: Carbon Black metallic (416) and Mineral White metallic (A96). The Competition Edition was available in Europe, Russia, South Korea, Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Canada. However, it was not offered in the USA.

Like the 30 Jahre Edition, the Competition Edition is equipped with the Competition Package, as well as a revised engine management program that raises maximum horsepower from 575 hp to 600 hp and maximum torque from 500 lb-ft to 516 lb-ft. Further cosmetic enhancements include:
—BMW M Performance black grille and side gills with "M5 Competition" logo
—BMW M Performance carbon fiber mirror covers, rear spoiler and lower diffuser
—20-inch "Style 601M" alloy wheels with Jet Black inside spokes
—Black complete Merino leather upholstery with Opal White contrast stitching and trim
—BMW M Performance carbon fiber interior trim with "M5 Competition 1/200" badge
Color and Upholstery Selections


The following chart lists all regularly available paint colors for the F10 M5.

PAINT NAME CODE GROUPPRODUCITON PERIOD
Alpine White III 300 BMW AG09/2011 through 10/2016
Black Sapphire metallic 475 BMW AG09/2011 through 10/2016
Havanna (Mojave) metallic A17 BMW AG09/2011 through 06/2013
Space Grey metallic A52 BMW AG09/2011 through 10/2016
Imperial Blue brilliant effect A89 BMW AG09/2011 through 10/2016
Jatoba Brown metallic B65 BMW AG07/2013 through 10/2016
Silverstone II metallic A29 BMW M09/2011 through 10/2016
Monte Carlo Blue metallic B05 BMW M09/2011 through 10/2016
Singapore Grey metallic B41 BMW M09/2011 through 10/2016
Sakhir Orange metallic B50 BMW M07/2012 through 10/2016
Azurite Black metallic S34 BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2011 through 10/2016
Citrine Black metallic X02 BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2011 through 10/2016
Moonstone metallic X04 BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2011 through 10/2016
Amazonite Silver metallic X07 BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2011 through 06/2013
Champagne Quartz metallic X08 BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2011 through 10/2016
Frozen Bronze metallic X11 BMW INDIVIDUAL07/2013 through 10/2016
Pyrite Brown metallic X13 BMW INDIVIDUAL07/2013 through 06/2015
Tanzanite Blue metallic X10 BMW INDIVIDUAL07/2015 through 10/2016


The following chart lists all regularly available upholstery colors and types for the F10 M5.
NOTE: BMW Individual Champagne, Silk Grey, Platinum and Amaro Brown interiors available with matching Alcantara headliners.


UPHOLSTERY NAME CODE GROUPPRODUCTION PERIOD
Black extended Merino leather LKSW BMW M09/2011 through 10/2016
Black complete Merino leather X3SW BMW M09/2011 through 10/2016
Silverstone extended Merino leather LKA9 BMW M09/2011 through 10/2016
Silverstone complete Merino leather X3A9 BMW M09/2011 through 10/2016
Sakhir Orange extended Merino leather LKDA BMW M09/2011 through 10/2016
Sakhir Orange complete Merino leather X3DA BMW M09/2011 through 10/2016
Champagne extended Merino leather ZAP6 BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2011 through 10/2016
Silk Grey extended Merino leather ZAP7 BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2011 through 10/2016
Platinum extended Merino leather ZAC8 BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2011 through 10/2016
Graphite extended Merino leather ZAP8 BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2011 through 02/2013
Cohiba Brown extended Merino leather ZAWT BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2011 through 02/2013
Amaro Brown extended Merino leather ZAP5 BMW INDIVIDUAL07/2013 through 10/2016
Nutmeg extended Merino leather ZAML BMW INDIVIDUAL07/2013 through 10/2016


The following chart lists all regularly available interior trims for the F10 M5.

INTERIOR TRIM NAME CODE GROUPPRODUCTION PERIOD
Aluminum Trace 4L9 BMW M09/2011 through 10/2016
Ash Grain Brown wood 4BN BMW M09/2011 through 10/2016
Anthracite Fineline wood 4CE BMW M09/2011 through 10/2016
Dark Auburn Plane wood XE5 BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2011 through 10/2016
Honey Brown Satin Walnut wood XE6 BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2011 through 02/2013
Light Brown Sen wood XEW BMW INDIVIDUAL7/2013 through 10/2016
Piano Black XE7 BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2011 through 10/2016


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