2010 BMW M5 Project Exkalaber by SR Auto Group

Straight from the minds of the people that brought us the "Zeus ,", the "Deathbolt ," and the "Eagle Eye " comes another piece of tuning genius in the "Exkalaber."

With the continuing trend of working on some of the finest sports cars in the land, SR Auto Group took the M5 E60 and gave it a mash-up of customized programs from different tuners and made it into their own.

The most distinctive addition to the German sports car is the Hamann-sourced aerodynamic body kit that comes with a bevy of new components, including the new front lip, new side skirts, and the new rear lip. In addition, SR Auto Group also added four matte black exhaust tips that, when combined with a Dinan exhaust system, gives the M5 E60 a significant performance boost.

Rounding out the modifications are a new set of wheels - the 21" PUR 4OUR DEPTH wheel - that the aftermarket company has fitted into some of the most exotic super cars in the world.

Overall, Project Exkalaber doesn’t carry the same bank for your buck than most of the company’s previous projects, but that doesn’t mean that this program is any less awesome. The look, feel, and overall aura of Exkalaber paints a very different picture.


10 comments:

I’m only appealing because I don’t think that it does its name the justice.

This is extra-ordinary, and a new addition to the muscle car’s lists. Aside from having a V10 engine, the Exkalaber is fitted on most exotic super cars on the world. 

The name Exkalaber is fun to hear. It looks like this name will widely accept by the public. 

It’s too plain, yet its front is sort of ridiculous-looking.

SR Auto Group’s installed kit seems promising. I like the new wheels too.

The changes are almost minimal that they can’t even be distinguished. Even so, you could tell that it exerted a different power now.

Its fascia is funny-looking. Other than that, the exterior parts are too typical.

To pepito_cuervo: Yes, it was hallowed from King Arthur. I like the car, but I think the appearance doesn’t suit its name.

Did the term "Exkalaber" come from the word "Excalibur" of King Arthur? This is pretty nice and neat. I like the rims and how the kits were installed.

The changes are barely noticeable at first glance. Even so, it definitely emanates a different aura now.

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