Some images of the BMW Concept M5 have been circulating the internet for some weeks now, but until this moment we weren't able to get any details of its interior. Finally, the time has come and there have been some leaked images of what's to expect of the M5's interior. The interior sports a mix of Alcantara or possibly suede materials that are used for much of the trim, including on the door innards and seats.
The seats aren't completely visible, but there will most likely be some automatic adjusting side bolsters feature, and possibly carbon fiber. The instrument cluster reveals a 205 mph marking on the speedometer and a rev-counter that goes all the way up to 8,000 rpm. There's a BMW M steering wheel with distinct blue, red and white stitching too. And of course, BMW's M-DCT dual clutch transmission shift lever with Drivelogic shift modes is also visible.