BMW is keeping its cards close to its vest as far as the next-generation M5 is concerned, but it doesn’t mean that the creative types out there won’t have a jolly good time in giving their own visual interpretations of what the new M5 would look like.

From what we know, though, the new M5 is expected to have a 4.4-liter V8 twin-turbo engine that can churn out as much as 580 horsepower.

In addition to that, BMW has given the new M5 some pretty nifty features including a dual-clutch transmission, side air vents, a carbon fiber roof, and a more aggressive aerodynamic package that should make the new M5 even more imposing and intimidating than it’s predecessors.


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  (780) posted on 02.8.2010

The first time that I have admired an M5 is in 2005 in a car show. One thing that always breaks my heart whenever I see this car is it’s price tag. For a car that is as luxurious and as fast as this one, it sure doesn’t come cheap. But what would I expect right? Cars like this are like symbols in life, only those semi-rich to the so-rich people can afford it.

  (1023) posted on 02.8.2010

Sounds great my e60 m5 gets an average of 7.4mpgs with 507 always on so this is great news can’t wait to hit the roads in this monster, gonna miss the wonderful sound of the v10 n the 8250 redline smiley

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