2013 BMW M5 to get 6-speed manual in the United States
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At the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the new RS5 may have come out, but for some, that is a non issue: the lack of a manual in the BMW M5 though may be a bigger one.

BMW have confirmed that the 2013 M5 will be offered with a six speed manual as a no cost option over the seven speed automated manual. BMW says that they are comfortable that US customers will enjoy the manual transmission as it was popular in the last-gen (E60) M5.

The 2013 BMW M5 will arrive at U.S. dealers in late summer 2012. Pricing, options and specifications will be released closer to the on-sale date.

- By: Sawyer Sutton


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  • Robert Van Dell II

    Wow, look at that body roll. :(

  • Sawyer

    It’s not the car it once was…the E28 weighed only 3200 lbs, the F10 weighs almost 4300.

  • Cad4life

    is it like the ctsv were the auto is faster than the man, if so, i take the dct over the man