Go to https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/surface/manage-surface-driver-and-firmware-updates and find the appropriate download link for your model.
Create the folder that you want to place the drivers in, for example D:\Sources\Drivers\Win10\Microsoft\SurfaceLaptop5
Run the msiexec command to place the drivers in that folder:
msiexec /a SurfaceLaptop5_Win10_19044_22.102.17126.0.msi targetdir=C:\Sources\OSD\Win10\Driver\Microsoft\SurfaceLaptop5
Now go to the ConfigMg console, navigate to Software Library -> OSD and open the Import new drivers wizard.
Complete the wizard to create a new driver package (don’t add drivers to the boot image).
Right-click the package and select Distribute content to copy the package to your Distribution Points.
Go to your task sequence and add an Import Driver Package step for your new package. Add a wmi query under options.
select * from Win32_ComputerSystem where Model like “%Surface Laptop 5%”
select * from MS_SystemInformation WHERE SystemSKU like “Surface_Pro_6%”
Here’s the SKU reference.
Download drivers and firmware for Surface
Manage and deploy Surface driver and firmware updates
Surface System SKU reference https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/surface/surface-system-sku-reference