Yes! The 2025 BMW M5 Touring Wagon *Is* Coming to the U.S.

BMW says "access granted" to Americans wanting its hottest 5 Series as a wagon

2025 BMW M5 Touring teaser
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Finally, we’re getting the M5 Touring in the United States!

While BMW has sold a practical wagon version of its iconic M5 for years and years over in Europe, we’ve only ever gotten the sedan stateside…until now. On Thursday, the German automaker confirmed the next-generation M5 Touring is officially coming to the U.S. market. Specifically, it will arrive next year, after production begins in the fourth quarter of 2024.

On the performance front, the new G90 BMW M5 will pack a 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine. This time around, though, the model will get a plug-in hybrid version of the company’s latest S68 powertrain. With a beefier electric motor as a wingman, the M5 Touring will likely produce over 700 horsepower, and may manage up to 738 horsepower as we see in the BMW XM Label. That’s 121 horsepower more than the outgoing F90 M5, though this latest generation will reportedly have more than 5,300 pounds to lug around — so it needs some serious grunt.

BMW is already testing its prototype models, as you can see in the video below, though we’ll have to wait a little while longer for more market-specific information. We have no idea, for example, how much the 2025 BMW M5 Touring will cost. The current sedan comes in around $107,900, and you can bet this new model will get a price hike. Add the expected premium for buying the wagon variant, and it’s likely this new entry to BMW’s U.S. M5 lineup could run well north of $110,000.