Staff, 2022-12-19 06:16:00,
The BMW M5 has been a regular star within the Bavarian manufacturer’s production calendar since its debut in 1985. The hand-built E28 received a modified version of the 3.5-liter engine straight from the legendary BMW M1. The M5 E28 was built to compete within the executive saloon class, and compete it did, being the most powerful production sedan in the world at launch.
2011 F10 was the fifth generation M5, replacing the outgoing E60. An Important note about the E60 was the notoriously unreliable, but much-loved 5.0-liter V10. The F10 had an oversized hood to fill. However, having depreciated significantly, F10 M5 is one of the most potent M cars available at the $35,000 mark. An incredible price is one of many reasons the F10 M5 is the ultimate luxury sleeper.
10/10 BMW’s Famous Subtle Design Language
The M5 is an out-and-out super sedan. But typically, BMW also, being an executive cruiser, the F10 reveals very little about its M heritage aesthetically. Small vents on the sides and typical M badging are the obvious indicators. While a gearhead would spot the rear diffuser from a mile away, those unfamiliar with M5 would assume this vehicle to be a regular five series.
The game is up when the M5 consciously lights up its rear wheels with all 560 horsepower, humiliating the local hot hatch brigade. M cars can be notoriously discreet to…
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