BMW has released a slew of pictures detailing the new M Performance Parts for the F90 BMW M5 sedan. Apparently, the aero bits aren’t there just for looks, but doubles its function to make the Bavarian super sedan a tad more aerodynamic than in stock form.

The kit consists of a new front splitter, side sill attachments, sleek rear spoiler and a rear diffuser – all made from carbon-fibre. Even the wing mirror caps and kidney grilles are trimmed in carbon-fibre.

In the driving department, there’s a new set of coilovers with adjustable spring plates (and red coils springs!) that improve handling, whereas carbon ceramic brakes can be opted for a handsome fee. North American customers can choose to the M Performance sports exhaust system with titanium rear muffler and CF tailpipe sleeve – this improves exhaust sound and slightly ups performance while reducing counter-pressure.

The cabin gets carbon-fibre shift paddles, M Performance floor mats as well as a new key wallet. There is also an M Performance Drive Analyser that’s specifically developed for the M5. It’s derived from motorsport, which measures and evaluates vehicle dynamics data and feeds details directly to the driver’s smartphone.

The new F90 M5 was unveiled two months ago and packs a 4.4 litre twin-turbo V8 (a carryover unit) making 600 hp from 5,600 to 6,700 rpm and 750 Nm between 1,800 and 5,600 rpm. It’s paired with an eight-speed M Steptronic automatic transmission and M xDrive all-wheel drive system, allowing a century sprint time of just 3.4 seconds.

BMW Malaysia is currently selling the G30 BMW 530i M Sport, now locally assembled and priced at RM388,800 on-the-road before insurance.