M Sport Power, Precision, and Performance: the 2019 BMW M Series is More Impressive Than Ever

The M Series lineup is growing--what used to be a small handful of high-powered sports sedans has grown into an indomitable force, a line of sedans, coupes, Gran Coupes, and crossovers that bring the very best of BMW technology, engineering, passion, and power to a whole new level. From the pint-sized M2 to the big and bold X5 M, there's an M Series model to fit any lifestyle--if you can handle it.

Explore new BMW M Series cars, SAVs, and SACs in the new 2019 lineup. Shop inventory online at BMW of Southpoint to browse available models, or contact us to place a custom order.

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2019 BMW M2

  • Starting at $58,900
  • Standard 3.0-liter twin-turbo engine: 365 horsepower
  • Subcompact Sports Coupe

Released just this year as the BMW M2 Competition Coupe, this small coupe stands out as a tightly built, stunningly engineered driver's car that doesn't give an inch, and doesn't compromise on features or fun for the sake of a small size.

2019 BMW M3

  • Starting at $66,500
  • Standard 3.0-liter twin-turbo engine: 425 horsepower
  • Compact Sports Sedan

Though it's one of the smallest, and one of the lesser powerful, cars in the M Series lineup, the stunning BMW M3 is maybe the most legendary model. Its iconic M Sport design looks clean, classic, and forward-thinking--and it's 0 - 60 time is under 4.0 seconds.

2019 BMW M4

  • Starting at $69,150
  • Standard twin-turbo 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine: 425 horsepower
  • Compact Sports Coupe

The BMW M4 is one of only two coupe models in the M Series line, offering a smooth and sleek two-door design with an aggressive store of power hidden just under the service. With its unique style and use of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic components, the BMW M4 is one of the lightest, spryest models.

2019 BMW M5

  • Starting at $102,700
  • Standard 4.4-liter TwinPower turbocharged V8: up to 600 horsepower
  • Midsized Sports Sedan

The BMW M5 is the epitome of M Series power, with the most powerful engine at 600 HP, and the fastest sprint time to 60, at just 3.2 seconds. Model-specific equipment--like a sport suspension--gives it excellent agility, but its roots in the BMW 5 Series mean it's still a comfortable luxury option.

2019 BMW M6

  • Starting at $119,900
  • Standard 4.4-liter TwinPower turbocharged V8: 560 horsepower
  • Gran Coupe

Bring out the big guns--the BMW M6 is the fully loaded, top-tier model in the M Series lineup. Its bold design and large interior space make it perfect for Durham and Raleigh commuters who want a fairly practical everyday driver, but who also want a rip-roaring super car that handles like a BMW should.

2019 BMW X5 M

  • Starting at $101,700
  • Standard 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine: 567 horsepower
  • Midsize Performance Sports Activity Vehicle

The BMW X5 M is the largest model currently in the M Series lineup, bringing all the stoic solidity and rugged power of the classic X5 Sports Activity Vehicle to the high-performance realm. Advanced engineering makes this one of the smartest models in the lineup, too.

2019 BMW X6 M

  • Starting at $105,700
  • Standard 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine: 567 horsepower
  • Midsize Performance Sports Activity Coupe

The BMW X6 M is one of the most unique looks in the lineup, combining classic Sports Activity Coupe styling with exhilarating M Performance power. It uses an exclusive M rear diffuser to help cut down on the "buffeting" feeling that other crossovers may experience at a fast pace.

Future M Series Vehicles

While this is a complete overview of the current lineup of M Series models, it's not an exhaustive list of what the M Series will be offering: according to industry reports, we should be able to look forward to two all-new M Series SUVs coming within the next year or so. The all-new BMW X3 M and the all-new BMW X4 M are upcoming models in the works--and we look forward to seeing what BMW can do.

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