In 2017, BMW was poised to launch its first M5 race car in the US, the M5 Sport, which was designed with the help of former BMW Motorsport development head Peter Schäfer.
But in the meantime, BMW has been developing its own race-ready car in its own garage, and now it’s revealed that the car’s interior design has been refined with the input of a former BMW development team.
The 2019 BMW M5 is a full-size touring coupe, and its cabin has been modified to incorporate the company’s performance-focused Active Suspension Package.
While the exterior has remained unchanged, the interior is more tailored for the road, with the seats positioned in the driver’s seat and the rear seat pulled to the side for improved comfort.
The E36 Touring is expected to go on sale sometime in 2020, and the car is expected be priced in the mid-$30,000 range.