Another stunning project from iND.
The release of the F10 M5 brought an excitement and clamor to the BMW tuning community that had not been seen in many years. The amazing S63tu engine showed a tremendous amount of promise, and the chassis seemed mechanically ready for anything. IND’s own initial testing of the M5 proved this car to be simultaneously an incredibly competent track monster, and a docile and polite street car. BMW Motorsport had certainly achieved their lofty goals and created the ultimate executive … CONTINUED
To mark the 30-year anniversary of the BMW M5
Catch this beautiful photo shoot featuring a member’s F10 M5 in Individual Frozen Cashmere with HRE wheels.
Check out this F10 Competition Package model in BMW Individual Laguna Seca Blue.
See the story in pictures…just enjoy!
Individual speed yellow 2012 M5 arrives on a trailer…let the pictures talk!
Check out this beautiful BMW Individual Frozen Bronze F10 M5 Competition with Individual Nutmet interior.
Specs as follows:
Nutmeg interior with Piano Black finish
Carbon Ceramic Brakes
A BMW M5 with Competition Package driven by Australian race car driver Geoff Brabham takes on a BMW HP4 superbike ridden by superbike racer Glenn Allerton.
A lucky BIMMERPOST member has taken delivery of his limited production M5 in Santorini Blue.
This was part of a limited run of M5/M6 made available in Canada, in Frozen Black and Santorini Blue II. They also included black kidney grilles, side markers, door handles and 20″ wheels. On top of this, they added M Performance Titanium Exhaust.
BMW North America has just announced the 2014 M5 and M6 Ultimate Package for the Canadian market, offering up to 14 Individual colors.
Due to the extremely positive response received to the limited production run of BMW Individual M5 and M6 models in recent months, we have opted to expand a similar offering on an on-going basis providing consumers with an exceptionally high value package, while adding 14 new BMW Individual exterior colours for consumers to choose from. Some of BMW M’s most iconic … CONTINUED