2014 BMW M5 by Vorsteiner

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It is a well-known fact that cars like the BMW M3 and the larger M5 are so perfect that they are nearly impossible to make any better. That’s about as perfect a sports sedan can be. You could toss in a custom cat-back exhaust, new mufflers and larger wheels and that is about it. Going any further with engine mods will ruin the fun of owning a BMW M-series.

You can, however, add on an aftermarket body kit, if you like, and give the M5 a little extra style.

Vorsteiner, a California-based tuner, has an upgrade kit that can help make your M5 stand out. The company has just released aero mods for the 2014 BMW M5 . The kit includes a front carbon-fiber spoiler and a rear diffuser both of which are cured in an Autoclave for increased strength and durability. The carbon-fiber composites are treated with a four-stage, UV-inhibiting clear lacquer coating.

Vorsteiner also offers unique 19-, 20-, 21- or 22-inch wheels with widths ranging from 8.5 to 13 inches, and a cat-back exhaust for the F10 BMW M5. You also get a couple of Vorsteiner badges and other minor exterior modifications.

Aside from the cat-back exhaust, there are no other engine mods to speak of on this Vorsteiner-modified M5.

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2014 BMW M5 by Vorsteiner In Detail

BMW M5 by Vorsteiner

The aggressive front lip gives the M5 a striking look without adding much weight.

BMW M5 by Vorsteiner

New wheels are a staple addition to any Vorsteiner project.

BMW M5 by Vorsteiner

That rear diffuser gives other cars something awesome to look at as you fly past them.

2014 F10 BMW M5


For 2014, BMW has updated the F10 generation M5 with a set of all-LED headlights and an optional competition package. The LCI facelift , as it is called, also includes a new twin-kidney grille element. Under the skin, the rest of the car remains the same. Powered by a twin-turbocharged V-8, the F10 M5 ’s engine puts out a meaty 560 horsepower which insiders claim, can propel the four-door sedan to almost 200 mph. Sadly, BMW limit the M5 to 155 mph.

With the optional Competition Package , you get 15 more horsepower and M-Ceramic brakes. BMW claims to have fiddled with the suspension of the car for a more aggressive ride and handling dynamics. Full LED headlights are optional but you do get M lightweight alloy wheels. The new on-board iDrive infotainment system can be operated via an optional Touch Controller.

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