There will be no power boost for the LCI.
If the 2014 M5 got a power boost, then it would have more power than the more expensive 2014 M6 Gran Coupe. I don't see that happening. It's common sense.
At best they will offer a M Performance tune.
My own belief is that the M5 won't receive a power increase at all during the entire production run, unless it is tied to the release of an AWD model. Otherwise the car will have too much power. BMW cares too much about driveability.
2014 BMW ///M5 Individual Frozen Grey, Silverstone Full Merino, Piano Black, Exec Pkg, Drivers assistance plus, LED Pkg, Bang and Olufsen, 20" 343M Forged Alloy Wheels
Countermeasures: Bel StiR+, Laser Interceptor Quad HP, Zaon MRX
Upgrades: Eisenmann Sport with M Performance Carbon tips, Dinan anti-roll bars
2015 Jaguar F-Type R Coupe