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2010 BMW M5 Hans Nowack Edition

As the twin-turbo V8 says hello in 2011, Nowack Motorsports has prepared a special edition BMW M5 as a farewell celebration for the naturally aspirated V10 model. Called the BMW M5 Hans Nowack Edition, this special edition is a tribute from Oliver Nowack to his father Hans, creator of world famed race and road engines and one of the inventors of what is nowadays called ECU-Tuning.

The car is equipped with two Nowack Motorsports bespoke intake air collectors and, of course, some good ol’ Nowack ECU. This propels the Nowack Motors N635S 5.8 Hans Nowack Edition found in the BMW from 507 hp to an amazing 718 hp.

We wish we could say that this engine was all the BMW M5 needs, but we could go for a nice, new little spoiler here and some side skirts there. Maybe something along the lines of the BMW X6 M that Nowack took a crack at back in March? Of course, if they are not going to add any other fancy schmancy components, any tuning firms out there ready to take a bite at this edition?

Press release after the jump.

Press release

A farewell celebration for the naturally aspirated V10 masterpieces of the BMW M GmbH: NOWACK MOTORS created a world unique state-of-the-art masterpiece to celebrate the end of the era of high revving naturally aspirated BMW M engines, the N635S 5.8 "Hans Nowack Edition", offering an unmatchable maximum power output of 718hp at 9.000rpm.

BMW M5 Hans Nowack Edition

NOWACK MOTORS, the world’s no. 1 specialist company for engineering and manufacturing unique high performance engines on basis of all BMW M engines (4-, 6-, 8- and 10-cylinder) unveils a world unique naturally aspirated masterpiece, the N635S 5.8 "Hans Nowack Edition".

The N635S 5.8 is a tribute from Oliver Nowack to his father Hans, creator of world famed race and road engines and one of the inventors of what is nowadays called ECU-Tuning. Hans Nowack was an overall technical genius who always had his own approach when engineering and building high performance engines, resulting in numerous glorious victories of his cars in international motorsports, like e.g. the victory of the European Touring Car championship with a BMW 635CSi with driver Helmut Kelleners. He never stopped to invent world-class high performance engines, and after his active career, he continued to be a mentor for his son Oliver, who followed him in his footsteps most successfully. Hans Nowack died in 2005, and Oliver created this engine to pay tribute to the lifework of his father.

It definitely is the pinnacle of all high performance engines ever built on basis of the M GmbH’s 5.0ltrs. V10 offering a standard maximum power output of 507hp.

BMW M5 Hans Nowack Edition

Classic mechanical tuning techniques, the usage of the latest, most advanced coating materials and techniques combined with a most sophisticated, individual remap of the ECU were always NOWACK MOTORS’ no. 1 choice when increasing power and torque of naturally aspirated engines, further enhancing the thrill that only a naturally aspirated high performance engine provides. Forced induction, neither by supercharging nor turbo charging, never was an option to increase the performance of the 5.0ltrs. V10 engine as it does not suit the engine’s overall technical layout and characteristics. Furthermore, a forced induction engine based on a NA engine never offers the refinement and reliability of a perfectly engineered and manufactured naturally aspirated high performance engine. Thus, it is the ultimate challenge for every high performance engine manufacturer.

Each NOWACK MOTORS N635S 5.8 ?Hans Nowack Edition" is equipped with two NOWACK MOTORS bespoke intake air collectors with a higher air volume in order to provide the engine with sufficient intake air quantity.

The colour of the paintwork for the air collectors is being determined by the exterior colour of the car.

Only this time, the name differs from all other NOWACK MOTORS creations. The name does not reveal the actual maximum power output of the engine, clearly separating this unique showcase of highly sophisticated manufacture of internal combustion engines from the N700 4.8 with 715hp, the latest high performance engine creation based on the new 4.4ltrs. BMW M Biturbo V8 engine of the new era being used in the X5M and X6M. As we all know, this engine will be used to propel the upcoming new M5 of the F10 series by next year.

BMW M5 Hans Nowack Edition

All internal parts of the engine are being replaced by NOWACK MOTORS’ high performance parts, thus every M5/M6 (also cars with a higher mileage), can be converted to a NOWACK MOTORS N635S 5.8 "Hans Nowack Edition".

As every engine is brand new after the conversion, NOWACK MOTORS provides an engine warranty of 12 months without kilometer limitation.



12 comments:

The tuned version of the car is quite impressive when it comes to speed performance and styling. However, I don’t think that this production vehicle is as great as the M1 and M3 series.

its a good thing that they have used a M package for the car that’s why the vehicle has an elegant styling. Aside from the boost in the engine performance of the car is great as well!

The TTRS is sick PawL, I just had a ride in one a week ago. It is extremely fast! The owner told me that he drove the R8, but the TTRS is almost as fast, for a lot less money. I would certainly go for the TTRS, even though I love the 135i.

I’m guessing displacement was increased to 5.8L as well?
The mod description was sketchy but that’s a big hp jump N/A.
I’m sure no internal went untouched.

Are you serious? Isn’t that too much?

This enables the 5.0-liter V10 to produce 718 PS (528 kW / 708 bhp). While no additional performance specifications were given, the "N635S 5.8 Hans Nowack Edition" will likely accelerate from 0-100 km/h faster than you can say its entire name." yea but how many secs? 3.2 secs or 4 secs? even though it has 708 bhp.

It’s too late the new design is coming.

708 or 718 news does not match with press release guys...

wouldn’t running the thing at 718PS accelerate its death?

impressive engine performance, for sure they put their time and dedication just to make this into reality.

wouldn’t running the thing at 718PS accelerate its death?

This enables the 5.0-liter V10 to produce 718 PS (528 kW / 708 bhp). While no additional performance specifications were given, the "N635S 5.8 Hans Nowack Edition" will likely accelerate from 0-100 km/h faster than you can say its entire name. yeah but how many secs? 3.2 secs or 4 secs? even though it has 708 bhp.

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