A 600-horsepower M5 isn't enough for you? At the Los Angeles Auto Show, BMW executives told us an M5 Competition Package is "closer than you'd think."
That's what this dealer is asking.
It was the benchmark in 2001, and it's still a legend today.
On paper, the Lexus GS F has nothing on a previous-gen BMW M5. On a wet Welsh road, the Lexus rules.
Yes, it's all-wheel-drive. No, you can't get a manual. Don't worry: The new M5 is still true to what makes BMW sport sedans great.
It's one of only 20 "Elekta" specials built for the Italian market, and it's in America.
With some huge fender flares and a gigantic turbo, this Supra-engined M5 might be the most interesting BMW build we've ever seen.
Watch how BMW put the E39's chassis through its paces without ever having to leave the lab.
The next M5 will be quick. Shocking, we know.
It's stupid, melt-your-face quick. And it's not even the M5.
Reports say the all-wheel drive M5 will have a mode that disengages the front axle for sweet oversteer action.
Even the M division CEO says an AWD M5 is all but inevitable.
If the M5 wants to keep fighting against the Audi RS7 and Mercedes-AMG E63, it might just need four-wheel traction.
BMW wants more traction and performance, and the only way to get it is to break purists' hearts.
The current-gen M5 is on its way out, so this is how BMW is saying goodbye.
The dreamiest BMW engine-swap Frankenstein ever lives just across the pond in England.