2012 BMW M5 Australia Launch Video
But, it’s still filled with smoke and power slides, so there’s still some entertainment value for the fans. And speaking of the BMW fans, Australian one will have to pay a hefty premium for this car because of the luxury taxes. Including GST and LCT, the car costs 230,000 Australian dollars, which is about USD245,000.
We find that a bit ridiculous, even though the car might be well equipped with an M differential, M double-clutch transmission with Drivelogic and new low-speed assistance for start/stop conditions, front and rear park distance control, head-up display, four-zone climate control, bi-xenon and adaptive headlights, professional hi-fi system with 600-watt amplifier and 16 speakers and a sunroof.