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2020 M5 Edition 35 Years is a dark gray homage to BMW's performance sedan

The special-edition sedan will be limited to just 350 units worldwide.

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The BMW M5 Edition 35 Years celebrates more than three decades of the company's iconic sport sedan.

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The Edition 35 Years builds off the M5 Competition model.

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Matte-like, dark gray paint and similarly colored wheels are exclusive to this 35th-anniversary model.

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The M5 Competition is powered by a twin-turbocharged, 4.4-liter V8, with 617 horsepower.

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With all-wheel drive, the M5 Competition can accelerate to 60 mph in 3.1 seconds.

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The M5 Edition 35 Years has its electronically limited top speed increased from 155 mph to 189.

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Only 350 of these will be available globally, with just 35 destined for the US.

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Gold aluminum trim is unique to the Edition 35 Years car.

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The US-spec examples will go into production in September.

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Want one? It'll set you back $128,995.

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One final look at the 2020 M5 Edition 35 Years.

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