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BMW’s latest M models are here—and you can customize them

PHOTO: The P13,690,000 BMW M5 is powered by a turbocharged V8 generating 625hp and 750Nm of torque. It accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.3 seconds and 0 to 200 km/h in 10.8 seconds.

SMC Asia Car Distributors Corp., the country’s official BMW importer and distributor, is raising the bar in the luxury vehicle ownership experience. The brand’s newest M vehicles, namely the all-new BMW M3 Competition sedan, all-new BMW M4 Competition coupe, and new M5 Competition, now come with an opportunity to make the driving experience truly custom and unique. BMW encourages its clientele to choose from various M parts and ex-factory price options to lend their M model a personal touch with full factory quality.

The P9,590,000 BMW M3 and P9,690,000 BMW M4 are both powered by a turbocharged 3.0L inline-6 petrol engine developing 510ps and 650Nm of torque. 0-100 km/h is reached in just 3.9 seconds while 0-200 km/h is 12.5 seconds.

“It’s all about making our finest cars even more special. Our customers value and deserve exclusivity and individuality; and that is exactly what our BMW M division caters to. The selection process allows for limitless combinations between exterior, interior, and performance features to make the overall experience of buying and owning a BMW M car genuinely exciting,” says SMC Asia Car Distributors Corp. president Spencer Yu.

The P2,995,000 212hp 1,000cc BMW M 1000 RR is the very first M model from BMW Motorrad.

Under the selection of add-ons, buyers of the new BMW M5 Competition (P13,690,000) will find exclusive interior finishes including BMW Individual fine-wood trims, stand-alone options such as the Bowers and Wilkins surround sound system, BMW Individual paint colors, and a range of M light alloy wheels available.

Those who order the all-new BMW M3 Competition (P9,590,000) and all-new BMW M4 Competition (P9,690,000) will be offered a thrilling set of materials to choose from. Whether they are seeking unique body paintwork, distinct colors for interior panels to complement the leather upholstery, innovative driver assistance systems such as the BMW Head-up display and Parking Assistant Plus, or high-performance accessories like the M Carbon Ceramic Brakes, BMW guarantees that customers are free to handpick the details.

With five dealerships nationwide, BMW opens a world of possibilities to the discerning market across the country to blend features that augment the look and driving dynamics of their BMW M automobile within a 4 to 6-month waiting period. Every purchase comes with the class-leading BMW Warranty, which covers each vehicle for 5 years or 200,000 kilometers, whichever comes first.

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Manny de los Reyes
Manny de los Reyes has been covering the automotive and technology industries for over 25 years. He is a multiple award-winning journalist who has been writing for the Philippine Star for 20 years and has been its motoring editor since 2012.

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