The 2022 M5 CS is not only the final version of BMW’s sports sedan but some think it is one of the best M models ever made. Powered by a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 to deliver 627 hp (468 kW / 636 PS) and 553 lb-ft (750 Nm) of torque at 0-60mph (96 km / h) in just 2.9 seconds, it is the fastest ever And the most powerful BMW. This is very rare because only 1,000 will ever be made. For example, it is especially frustrating to see such a massive loss.
This M5 CS has recently been listed by Coopart In Pittsburgh and apparently involved in a very bad crash, it left with extensive damage and no doubt it would be extremely expensive to repair.
It seems clear that the M5 CS is powered by a tuned twin-turbocharged 4.4L V8 that produces 627hp and 553 lb-ft (750 Nm) of torque.
Has not suffered a single impact but has been hit more than once or has been hit more than once. The damage starts at the front end where the bumper and headlights have been completely removed and the damage to the hood is visible. This could be due to accidental destruction of the fascia or removal by the auction house. Whatever the case, it’s not nice to see.
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Elsewhere, you’ll notice that both BMW’s front quarter panels are missing and the driver’s side passenger door is cracked and the window is broken.
Interior photos show that most of the cabin was looted This includes the removal of front and rear seats, floor mats and parts of the transmission tunnel. Most dashboards, though, seem to be kept untouched.
The list does not specify whether the M5 CS is still running or how many miles it has on the watch. It is certainly possible that the car could be repaired but we would not be surprised if someone decides to snatch it instead for the parts and thus recover their investment.
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