2025 BMW M5 Hybrid – BMW has been testing prototypes for the next-generation 5-Series sedan and its fully electric i5, but has yet to show us the M5. The spy debut of the performance sedan with hybrid powertrain was made on public roads, revealing hints of its sporty body kit underneath the camouflage.
2025 BMW M5 Hybrid Redesign
The M5’s front bumper is a redesign with larger intakes and a large kidney grille. While the model will get a bulged bonnet and the aggressive headlights that extend towards the front fenders with LED graphics, the production-spec LED graphics are still not available.
The prototype features wider front and back fenders that cover the tracks. Side-sill extensions are also included. Black five-spoke wheels conceal large-diameter perforated disk brakes. The adaptive suspension version makes it sit closer to the ground. The rear features a lip spoiler, quad exhaust pipes, and quad exhaust pipes that are a hint at a full-blown M Model. This characteristic appears to have been preserved despite electrification.
The prototype’s hybrid stickers confirm the rumors of electrification for the M5. It could use a similar powertrain to the upcoming BMW XM. It could be equipped with a twin-turbo V8 or an electric motor. The SUV will produce 750 horsepower (559 kW/ 760 PS) as well as 737 lbft (999 Nm). This would make the SUV significantly more powerful than the 627 hp (468 kW / 636PS) non-hybrid BMW M5 CS, which was revealed in 2021 as the M5’s most powerful yet. A fully electric M5 hybrid is also being rumored to have a tri-motor powertrain and a higher output of 800 hp (597kW / 811 PS).
2025 BMW M5 Hybrid Released
The new BMW 5-Series and the fully-electric BMW i5 are expected to make their debut in the middle of 2023. The M5 performance flagship is expected to debut in mid-2023, along with the fully-electric BMW i5.