Here are the newest F10 M5 spy photos, featuring a new set of wheels which have yet to be spotted on the new M5 test mules. The next M5 is expected to utilize a turbo charged V8 engine derived from the motor used in the X5 and X6 M.
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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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5post member Alpine325ci (Gerald Alvarez) continues his stunning M5 photoshops. What we’re seeing are not only beautiful impressions of the F10 M5, but also some of the most life-like versions we’ve seen. Full set of new images inside.
Member Alpine325ci (Gerald Alvarez) has been photoshopping beautiful BMW renders for a long while now. He now takes a crack at predicting the new M5 (F10). Check them out.
Here are some more photos of the recently spied F10 M5 test mule. The striptease has recently accelerated with the uncovering of the front fascia from its previous camouflage mask.
It seems that almost all prototypes for upcoming BMW models are currently somewhere in frozen northern Scandinavia conducting cold winter testing, and that includes the upcoming BMW F10 M5. Spotted here is the F10 M5 in Northern Sweden, testing its winter handling abilities.
Check out these beautiful renders of one of BMWs most hotly anticipated new M cars — the F10 BMW M5. The new M5 is expected to bow in one years time at the 2011 Geneva auto show, a year after the regular F10 5-series sedan makes its world premiere at the 2010 Geneva show next month.