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08/31/2012    5:45 PM
COMMENTS: 91

iND has started on its first F10 M5 portfolio project car, for their client, Tom. Per iND:

Perhaps the effect will wear off in time, but for now seeing an F10 M5 in the flesh feels like peering into a toy store. For our client Tom, who has already brought several of his cars to us for some special touches, even a stock twin-turbo super sedan cannot be left untouched. Tom has been an ardent BMW enthusiast since medical school, jumping right into the fray with a supercharged E36 M3. Today, with his X5M having departed, we knew this new replacement would have to really turn heads.

Despite the power output of his new M5 topping even his R8 V10 right out of the box, Tom felt … CONTINUED

08/31/2012    1:35 PM
COMMENTS: 238

This will be a grand week for many M5POST members as tomorrow (September 1) kicks off european deliveries for the 2013 BMW M5 (F10).

The very first day will see the largest batch of owners – with 22 confirmed M5POST members taking deliveries of their F10 M5. We will be on hand to cover the momentous day, as well as BMW media.

Congrats in advance to all the owners!

08/29/2012    3:00 PM
COMMENTS: 16

Autocar India conducts its annual Autocar Trackday 2012, pitting India’s 11 best driver’s cars against each other at the hands of Formula 1 driver Narain Karthikeyan.

Three BMWs were included in the competition, including the 2013 F10 M5, F30 328i, and 640d Coupe. See the results inside.

The segment for each car starts at:

F30 328i – 5:57min
640d Coupe – 7:36min
F10 M5 – 9:54min

Track times:

F30 328i – 2:5.7 (car was suspension blocks!)
640d Coupe – 2:1.9
F10 M5 – 1:57.1

Here’s how the 328i, 640d, and M5 compare on paper (factory quoted specs):

F30 328i – 240hp / 255lb-ft / 0-60 5.4s
640d Coupe – 315hp / 465lb-ft / 0-60 5.2s
F10 M5 – 560hp / 501 lb-ft / 0-62 4.4s

08/28/2012    9:30 AM
COMMENTS: 107

In addition to the great comparison review between his new 2013 F10 M5 and F10 550i, M5POST member kamichael now shares with us a great set of comparison pics between the M5 and 550i. See inside.

08/27/2012    3:15 PM
COMMENTS: 107

Many of our M5POST members took delivery of their brand new M5 beasts this weekend and one of them – a former F10 550i owner gives us his initial impressions of the M5 against the 550i, in particular the steering and ride comfort (suspension) settings.

08/26/2012    3:30 PM
COMMENTS: 18

Watch championship-winning racer Scott Pruett in the 2013 BMW M5 Sedan as the tires, brakes, chassis, and powertrain work together to give him the ultimate grip, speed, and control of the 2013 BMW F10 M5 at Laguna Seca.

Here are multiple angles to observe the precise steering and consistent placement of the aluminum-intensive, multi-link rear suspension of the new M5.

08/23/2012    4:10 PM
COMMENTS: 136

Congrats to M5POST member Ilfan for being our very first U.S. F10 M5 owner !!! He just took delivery of an Alpine White 2013 M5 with Sakhir Orange interior in New Jersey. The 2013 M5 has just hit dealers and there are many other happy owners who will be taking delivery in the coming days.

08/22/2012    10:05 AM
COMMENTS: 36

We have been attending BMW’s track press launch of the 2013 M5 sedan, 2013 M6 coupe, 2013 M5 sedan, 2013 7 Series LCI (facelift), and Alpina B7 being held at the Laguna Seca raceway in Monterey, CA. We’ll be sharing our thoughts soon on some of these cars, but in the meantime, enjoy some photos of the F10 M5 from Laguna Seca. We focused on the Sakhir Orange M5 as it’s a new color as of the 2013 model year.

For real life looks at the other M5 production colors, see our OFFICIAL F10 M5 Color Photo Threads Master List

08/16/2012    11:30 AM
COMMENTS: 66

BIMMERPOST shares with you our short term road test review of the 2012 BMW F10 M5, taken place over two weeks of daily driving with the M5.

Some people don’t like change. But BMW isn’t some people (or even a person), so it’s no surprise that they don’t mind change. Take the new BMW F10 M5 for instance: The mighty yet rushed 1 Series M Coupe and some M trucks aside, the new M5 is the first true M car to get a turbocharged engine. So, is it still a true M? After 14 days and roughly 2,000km in a 2012 Frozen Grey M5, I think I can give my subjective answer.

Size Matters

The F10 5 series is neither small nor light, and the same holds true … CONTINUED