Alpine325ci works his magic on the upcoming F10 BMW M5 once again, this time rendering what the side profile may look like, by mixing elements of the current E60 M5 and the new F10 5-series to come up with a very sleek and refined rendering of what the car will look like.
Shortly after BMWs victory at the 24h @ the Nurburgring, Dr. Segler, the director of BMW M GmbH sat down to give an interview with the German language publication Auto News, where he comes right out and confirms the BMW 1-Series M. He goes on to say the car will arrive in the second quarter of 2011.
Of course, for many of us forumirazzi, the existence of this car or the fact that it is a product of BMW M was never in doubt *cough http://www.bimmerpost.com/m1 cough*, but this is significant news in that its the first time a member of BMW has officially recognized the existence of this car, and more so that its coming from the … CONTINUED
BMW M division has launched the M Power Drivers Cup and M Power Circuit Training for BMW M owners, each of which lasts two days. Unfortunately for North American M enthusiasts, these two driving events appear to take place only in Germany. Hopefully some of our European members will participate and allow us to enjoy the experience vicariously.
[Updated with new video.] Well, as many of you know the new F10 5-Series is a big hit around the world making its way into customer hands slowly but surely. So naturally, the next big thing on the horizon is this F10 M5 that we’ve all been musing about. Ill let the video and the engine noise do the talking… BTW dont forget to check out our complete M5 coverage here: http://www.bimmerpost.com/m5/
BMW’s Le Mans Blue color seems to look good on just about every current BMW, and judging by this beautiful render by resident artist Gerald Alvarez, will look absolutely stunning on the upcoming F10 M5. Check out the hi-res inside.
The 2012 F10 M5 continues making its testing rounds, but for the first time has been spotted with camoflaged production intent rear bumper and sideskirts. Stay tuned as the M5s striptease continues!
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The F10 M5 continues its performance testing while sheeding some camoflage to reveal much more of its front end design. The beautiful front bumper shape and lines are now very clearly visible, as well is most of the hood. The upcoming M5 will be powered by a twin turbo V8 rumored to produce 578hp.
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This is a great story with some excellent videos to go with it, so make sure to read the full article @Jalopnik ( http://jalopnik.com/5532676/ )
Heston Blumenthal, the mad scientist of contemporary British cuisine, cooks with liquid nitrogen and serves food with built-in iPods. Hes also got a thing for M5s
Now that the regular F10 5-series has been revealed, everyone’s attention has turned to the highly anticipated F10 M5, including resident photoshopper expert Alpine325ci who takes this latest crack at the new M5.