The new BMW M5 Touring at the end of 2024

According to the BMW blog, a new report from a reliable source claims that the BMW M5 Touring will return for the third generation, after the short-lived E34 and E61 with V10 drive.

The new M5 Touring is reportedly returning in November 2024 (with the internal designation G99). Serial production is then expected to begin, approximately four months after the G90 M5 sedan is scheduled to arrive on the production line.

While the M3 Touring will remain a banned fruit in the United States, sources suggest that the new M5 Touring will also come to the United States. The report further states that the BMW M5 Sedan and M5 Touring will use the S68 engine as the BMW XM. That means the new twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 engine will run on an electric motor to deliver significantly over 600 horsepower.