Top ten things you need to know about BMW M5


After a week of looking at a number of sports cars including affordable prices Scion FR-S and Ford Focus ST, today we have our Top 10 things you need to know about car ‘x’ to the elite sports car . It’s time to find out 10 things you should know about the new BMW M5.

Top ten things you need to know about  BMW M5


  1. This is the 2013 BMW M5 (F10) M5 models most beautiful and most powerful ever grace our roads.
  2. The strength came from 4.4L V8 TwinPower Turbo engine when M (including Twin Scroll Twin Turbo Technology) making 560 horsepower at 7,000 rpm between 6000 and go a maximum torque of 502 lb-ft from 1,500 rpm.
  3. The engine is mated with a mating with a 7-speed M Double Clutch Transmission Drivelogic. BMW also confirmed a guide for US 6 at no extra cost.
  4. 0-60 mph comes in 4.3 seconds (some have reported a 0-60 mph time of 3.7 seconds) with a top speed of 155 mph. If you want to go faster you can choose M driver package, which bumps up to a top speed of 190 mph eye-watering.
  5. The car with a lap time of 7:55 around the report of the Nurburgring, but matching the lap time of the Ferrari F430.
  6. Energy saving? Really? Who cares … continue reading. But if you really want to know it consumes 31% less fuel than the outgoing model.
  7. It has a 21.92-gallon fuel tank, which means you can continue to drive longer, but you’ll end up paying more at the pump between fill-ups
  8. The 2013 BMW M5 is something called the Active M Differential, which provide better traction when cornering – even on snow, gravel or stone. Active M Differential provides traction and supporting the rear wheel drive setup – even when accelerating out of corners and movement on slippery surfaces.
  9. It’s smart too: A new feature called Brake Energy Regeneration, lose kinetic energy that would otherwise be wasted, and converted into electricity by a generator, and is stored in batteries.
  10. Prices start from $ 90.695 – but a fully loaded model can run up to $ 117.975.

Top ten things you need to know about BMW M5


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