2015 BMW M5 30 Jahre Special Edition Can Be Yours For $325K
To celebrate 30 years of its mid-size sport sedan, BMW introduced the BMW M5 “30 Jahre M5” special edition last year with just 300 units planned for production globally. Of those, only 30 of those would be making it to the U.S., and only 29 planned for customers; the 30th would remain with BMW for now, with the possibility of being sold off in the future.
Speaking of being sold off, the duPont Registry is listing a 30 Jahre M5 in Heathrow, Florida for $325,000 with 200 miles on the odometer. If you’re wondering, these cars sold brand new for $138,275, and that price included an exclusive M Driving School designed specifically for 30 Jahre M5 buyers, which took place last fall.
While that is something the secondhand buyer definitely won’t be able to experience, the car itself should make up for that. The limited-edition M5 gets unique 20-inch alloy wheels, a Frozen Dark Silver Metallic matte paint job and plenty of “30 Jahre M5” badges, including those embossed onto the seats. This M5 also squeezes an extra 25 horsepower from the 4.4-liter twin-turbo V-8. increasing output to 600 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque.
Continue reading to learn more about the 2015 BMW M5 Special 30 Jahre Edition.
Why it matters
Just because the seller is asking $325,000 for this car doesn’t necessarily mean he’ll get it, but there is a precedent for the 30th Anniversary Edition BMW M5 commanding a hefty premium. At the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction back in January, NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick bought the last 30 Jahre M5 (No. 29 of 30) for a whopping $700,000.
Read our full review of the 2015 BMW M5 Special 30 Jahre Edition here.
Source: duPont Registry