The BMW E60 M5 Is Proof That We Need More V10s

The more V10s, the better.

The mid-2000's was an age where carmakers could slap big engines into big sedans and no one complained. The 2005 M5 is the product of such a sentiment. Bellowing up to a redline of 8,250 rpm, the 5.0 liter, F1-derived V10 produced 500 bhp and 380 lb.-ft. of torque.
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The M5 might have a V8 now, but in a wild time called the 2000s, BMW put a 5.0 liter V10 with 505 horsepower under the hood. In doing so, BMW made the world a better place. We need more V10s.

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