Will it drift? BMW M5

Of course a 552bhp, rear-wheel drive bi-turbo V8 BMW M5 will drift. The question here, is how far? Read the review at http://www.autocar.co.uk/CarReviews/RoadTestsHistory/BMW-M5-4.4/260568/

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2018 Bmw M5 HOW IT'S MADE Technology and Performance Car Drive
2018 BMW M5 INTERIOR + EXTERIOR DESIGN. All-New 600 HP BMW M5: 0-150 LAUNCH CONTROL + Acceleration + SOUND + Poweslides. 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 3.4 seconds, 0 to 200 km/h in 11.1. Top speed, meanwhile, is an electronically limited 250 km/h (155 mph), but the optional M Driver’s Package can keep the fun coming to 305 km/h (189 mph). Providing ample power for the new BMW M5 is a 4.4-litre V8 bi-turbo engine with M TwinPower turbo technology. The M engineers have carried out significant revisions to the outgoing model’s power unit. For example, newly developed turbochargers, ultra-efficient indirect charge air cooling and increased fuel injection pressure together help to raise output and, above all, torque. The engine develops 441 kW/600 hp at 5,600 – 6,700 rpm, while a monumental 750 Nm (553 lb-ft) of torque is placed at the driver’s disposal from as low down as 1,800 rpm and remains there until 5,600 rpm. A map-controlled, fully variable oil pump ensures oil is supplied as and when the new BMW M5 needs it, even on the track. The car’s impressive performance figures speak for themselves: 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 3.4 seconds, 0 to 200 km/h in 11.1 seconds (124 mph). Top speed, meanwhile, is an electronically limited 250 km/h (155 mph), but the optional M Driver’s Package can keep the fun coming to 305 km/h (189 mph). ► If you love cars you should SUBSCRIBE Now to Gommeblog Car and Performance Youtube Channel: http://goo.gl/sP8oKK The new BMW M5 (fuel consumption combined: 10.5 l/100 km [26.9 mpg imp]*; CO2 emissions combined: 241 g/km*) takes BMW M GmbH into new territory, with M xDrive all-wheel drive featuring in the high-performance sedan for the first time. This change of tack sees the M5 exploring new dynamic dimensions and offering greater everyday practicality in all driving conditions. The new car is committed to building on the tradition of a concept – the luxurious four-door business sedan with a taste for the race track – first glimpsed in 1984 with the original BMW M5. The new M xDrive developed by BMW M GmbH is the most emotionally engaging all-wheel-drive system yet to grace the high-performance segment. It works with a central transfer case with multi-plate clutch and distributes drive fully variably between the front and rear axle, as required. Another ingredient in the car’s supreme traction in all road and weather conditions is the Active M Differential at the rear axle, which also works fully variably and has a locking effect between 0 and 100 per cent. The character of M xDrive can be adjusted as desired. The driver has five different configurations to choose from based on combinations of the DSC modes (DSC on, MDM, DSC off) and M xDrive modes (4WD, 4WD Sport, 2WD). In the basic setting with DSC (Dynamic Stability Control) activated and 4WD, the system permits slight slip through the rear wheels when accelerating out of corners – and therefore plays its part in giving the new BMW M5 its sporting agility. In M Dynamic mode (MDM, 4WD Sport) M xDrive allows easily controlled drifts. The three M xDrive modes with DSC switched off have been conceived to sate the appetites of keen drivers and primarily for use on the track. Here, the driver can choose from three configurations up to and including pure rear-wheel drive (2WD). This mode allows the driver to pick their own drift angle and treats connoisseurs to driving dynamics in their purest form. ► Gommeblog.it CAR TV and PERFORMANCE is a webzine devoted exclusively to the international world of automobile. Discover all new cars before anyone else! Test Drive, interior, Exterior, Features, Review, Technology, Hybrid Car, SUV, Crossovers, Pickup Truck, Sport Compact, Sport Sedans (Midsize & Luxury), Supercars, Exotics, High-end Sports Cars, Muscle Car automotive tuning premiere





BMW M5 E60 Mad Drift & Burnout
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840HP BMW M5 F10 w/ Straight Pipes - LOUD Revs, Drifting, Flames!
During the SCC50 Rollin50 I have filmed this crazy BMW M5 F10 with straight pipes. It is modified to 840HP / 1060 Nm by RRahmani. With a 10mm bigger turbo and SSP clutch upgrade! This video shows you also some flames from the Exhaust what I have never seen before on a M5 F10! I hope you enjoy the video! For more information about this event see: http://www.scc500.de/ Feel free to hit the 'thumbs up' button if you like the video! Make sure that you follow me on YouTube and subscribe to my supercar channel for the latest videos! BE SURE AND WATCH THIS VIDEO IN 1080p HD 50FPS QUALITY! Facebook: http://www.fb.com/cvdzijden Instagram: https://instagram.com/cvdzijden Thanks for watching! Ciao, Chris /CvdZijden





Old vs New BMW M5
F10 BMW M5 vs F90 BMW M5. 2014 BMW M5 vs 2018 BMW M5. With BMW M cars, it always seems that as soon as a new model comes out, fans long for the old one. It’s almost as if it doesn’t matter what BMW does, fans will always want what it used to be. When the original F10 BMW M5 came out, fans were incredibly impressed with how it looked and how much performance it had. But fans longed for its predecessor’s naturally-aspirated, howling V10 and lack of fancy tech. Now, though, I think we can say that this might be the first time in a long time that fans will almost immediately appreciate the new car over the last. The brand-new F90 BMW M5 is a radical change for BMW M. It marks the first non-SUV product from the brand to use all-wheel drive. Admittedly, its all-wheel drive system does have some M Division injected into it, so it can completely switch off to rear-wheel drive and stay there as long as the driver desires. So F90 M5 owners can fill their lungs with as much tires smoke as they so choose. And it will be easy for them to do so, as the new F90 M5 packs 600 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque from its newly-updated 4.4 liter twin-turbo V8. But being that we haven’t driven the new M5 yet, obviously, we can’t say that it’s better than the old car. We can, though, say it’s better looking. From the front, the new car is vastly improved. It looks lower, sleeker and meaner in every way. It’s far more handsome than the old F10-generation M5, which looks chunky and bulbous by comparison. The new headlights are far sleeker, the Kidney Grilles are larger but better looking and the front air intakes looks more functional better sorted. The F90 just looks tighter, crisper and sportier from the front. I also think the mirrors look very cool on the new M5 and are just “bleh” on the old one. Down the side, the new F90 M5 is the more muscular looking car. The way the fender flare sort of swell around the wheels and how the fender vents seems to shoot out of them makes the new M5 looks faster, more aggressive. It also looks visually lower and longer, making it seem more svelte and dynamic. From the back is where the new M5 seems the most improved, on the exterior. The old taillights and rear bumper look positively chunky and dull by comparison. The new F90’s rear is far sleeker and sharper. Also, the new F90’s rear diffuser actually looks as if it could be functional, whether or not it actually is. The old F10’s diffuser seems like it was bought at Advanced Auto Parts. At the rear, the new F90 is leaps and bounds ahead of the old F10, in terms of design. Inside, though, the differences between the F90 and F10 make the exterior differences seem subtle. Everything inside the F90 is far superior to the F10. The Steering wheel, seats, dash layout, iDrive screen, iDrive system, shift lever and technology are all significantly improved in the new F90. Plus, it even gets a new button that really changes the game, with the Exhaust button. Now, you can have comfort everything with loud Exhaust (yay!). Overall, the new BMW M5 blows the doors off the old one, in terms of design. It’s a real step forward for BMW and it’s one of the best looking M5s to date, both inside and outside.




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