About BMW M5
The 2018 BMW M5, when you start the accelerator, it does not just stimulate, it grabs you by your lower jaw and rips you, yelling, through the world. It is certainly quite comfortable.
In the early 80s, BMW engineers grafted a six-cylinder engine from the company’s M1 sports car into the frame of its 5-Series sedan, and history was made. The E28 M5 was born, and it grew the fastest production vehicle of its time.
Although the M5 proceeded to get faster and more feature-laden with each after entry, it resembled the marching orders for BMW’s M Division engineers modified along the way.
Stability and driving dynamics caused to take a back seat to straight-line capability, creature satisfaction, and overall expansion. The drift completed with the presentation of F10 M5 in 2011.
The newest M5 carries more horsepower and technology than ever before and make it the fastest M5 that BMW has ever built.