With a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 and a clever new xDrive system, the new M5 is different than any M car before it.
As you can see, it's definitely not a coupe.
And no, it's probably not coming to America.
It's one of only 20 "Elekta" specials built for the Italian market, and it's in America.
BMW's most famous tuner turns its discerning twin-turbo eyes to the all-new 5-series, with predictably powerful results.
Just like the last 5-Series, the latest "Touring" body style will not be coming to the United States. But it sure looks pretty.
Instead of evolving the E39's design language, BMW decided to go in a completely different direction with the E60 5 Series.
Watch how BMW put the E39's chassis through its paces without ever having to leave the lab.
The E39 5er gets better with age.
The next M5 will be quick. Shocking, we know.
In German tradition, few expenses were spared.
When 5-series engineers wanted to use the computer to help design the car, they had to borrow it from the payroll department.
The finest BMW has to offer.
You've seen covered up cars in spy photos, but do you know how they got that way?
Yes, this is a car commercial. No, you won't care either.
It's the quickest vehicle in the 5-series lineup. But with a new M5 coming soon, the M550i's reign won't last long.
Shrink down a 7-Series, install BMW's newest engines and you get a new 5er.