A BMW M5 with Competition Package on a special mission. It needs all its breathtaking power and precision for that ultimate adrenaline kick.
Check out Road & Track’s recent review of five V8 supercars in disguise. Each features supercar perfromance, raucous V8 engines and four doors.
Highlights regarding the F10 M5:
The Audi’s V8 sounds more cumulonimbus than Days of Thunder, and once up to banked-oval speeds, we’re surprised to see the M5 scream past it. The BMW’s twin-turbo V8 sounds nothing like any of the others; the Bavarians’ ingenious, patented crossover exhaust manifold gives each exhaust pipe an evenly spaced pulse of air, so the wail coming from … CONTINUED
A humorous look at 8 Cool Features You Can Find on a BMW M5.
Matt Farah reviews the 2014 BMW M5 (Non-Competition Package) at Chuckwalla Valley Raceway in California.
Tribute video to the F10 M5 by BIMMERPOST member RPiM5.
To commemorate the new Chinese year, which is the “Year of the Horse”, which starts January 31, 2014, BMW has decided to put out a new special edition M car for the Chinese market.
Welcome the BMW M5 and M6 Horse Edition.
BMW will make only 30 copies of the special edition BMW M5 only for the Chinese market. The Horse Edition will feature a unique horse character into the headrests
Hagerty, a leading insurance provider for classic vehicles, has named the F10 M5 as a future classic. They have this to say about the F10 M5:
“A performance-oriented sedan with an old school manual transmission is quickly becoming an extinct species. While more drivers shun the thought of using three pedals, we applaud BMW for keeping this option alive in this segment.”
Have a look at a beautiful new BMW F10 M5 Competition model in Individual Tanzanite Blue with a full Cohiba Brown interior.
XCAR takes the F10 M5 to Wales to see what it could do.
First look at the production BMW M Performance Exhaust for the M5 and M6.
CAR Magazine pits the F10 M5 (standard, non-competition) against the Audi RS6 Avant.
On paper, the RS6 is a rocket. But consider this: the true test of a great driver
Contender: BMW 5 Series
By: Jonny Lieberman
We Like: Abusive amounts of power result in skull-cracking acceleration.
We Don’t Like: Hefty, complex, and surprisingly numb.
We were quite excited to get our hands on the updated 528i and the new 535d. We’d had a not-very-loved long-term 528i, and hoped the refresh would fix some of what we didn’t like (i.e., stop/start). And we’re cuckoo for diesels. Sad to say, BMW couldn’t get us either car in time for Car of the Year. It did, however, happen to … CONTINUED