2012 BMW M5 F10 by Prior Design

It’s only been less than a day since BMW introduced their new M5 Concept and we already have the first tuning firm that’s stepped forward to announce a new aerodynamic kit program for the German sports car.

The lucky tuning company that appears to be the first of its kind to prepare a tuning program for the M5 F10 Concept is Prior Design. The early-bird tuning program has become kind of a recent specialty for the German tuning firm after the company made a similar preview of their styling tune-up for the BMW 6-Series Coupe just a few weeks ago.

Granted, specific details behind Prior Design’s aerodynamic kit for the 2012 M5 F10 is still being kept under wraps, at least until the summer time of this year. For now, the tuning company released these teaser photos of their latest project, one that we expect would keep the aggressive details of the M5 F10 while also coming with some refreshed aesthetic modifications.

Coming from the very same people that previewed their project for the 6-Series Coupe, we’re not expecting anything less from these guys.


23 comments:

This tuning vehicle is really so fast! Anyway, its new aerodynamic kit is truly cool for this luxury sedan, and I have to agree that it looks already great on its body paint.

Well, it seems that the BMW haven’t announced yet the speed performance of the car. The styling is quiet nice and decent. I wonder if what will be so stunning for this production?

The styling of the car is great already especially its exterior! I was expecting for an engine upgrade but it seems that they doesn’t include that in the package.

The M package look so awesome on this concept car. And I would say that BMW has an impressive modification on its aerodynamic kit. However, I think it would be better if they have offer an engine upgrade.

Agreed! I hope to see this concept line up for their future production. The car look so gorgeous and amazing using the M package. BTW, I wonder on who will be the competitor of this car?

hmm. It seems that the exterior of this car is bloat loaded! Well, in case that this concept can’t make it into production I want see the detailing here in their future production.

Well,as expected from the M package it makes the car to look gorgeous!However, its kind of disappointing that they haven’t included upgrade on the engine.

Yeah, as expected from M package it makes the car look so gorgeous though the performance is great already. BTW, I like the aerodynamic kit included in here.

Well, glad to say but this production has been debut already and the performance is not disappointing as well as the modified version for the exterior.

We expect to be a great outcome of the new version BMW m5 f10 design. Its refreshed aesthetic modifications. Has a little bit uniqueness to other features designs.

M concept are really beautiful! I would like to read the upgrade details for this car. BTW,I think it needs facelift!

Well, Its definitely good idea. I’m kinda prefer tuning firm with a has a new aerodynamic kit,This model will typically be a good example for the new BMW releases.

Ever since, the M concept make me drool! i really love the car aesthetically. BTW, Rico_Martin, those large intakes is the responsible for the increase in speed of the car. So i think it doesn’t ruined the car at all.

I do believe that it been needing a facelift. However,I think this car looks like a regular coupe rather than a sport scar.

This one would surely be a good standard for all the M5 tuneups that will likely come out soon. It certainly looks great and the performance is also topnotch.

I wouldn’t be surprised if the performance numbers of this one is not going to be all that big. For one, the current output of the standard version, so there is really no need to be concerned about that one.

haha. I’m afraid that thing would happen. I think the air intakes are just large, that it actually ruined the face of the M5 series

IMO, the M concept is not that gorgeous production from BMW. However, for this car I like its exterior modification. I bet this car will have its facelift soon.

Yeah, I would be expecting other tuners to come up with their own takes on the M5 soon. Project Kahn is definitely the one I am looking forward to.

This one looks good, though not really that spectacular. I am expecting more outrageous takes on the M5 in a next few months, so I will just have to wait for it.

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