BRUTAL BMW E60 M5 meisterschaft acclerations - Powerslide, on board, revving, and more!
I recently had the incredible opportunity to do a photoshoot and get a ride
in this stunning blue BMW E60 M5. This particular M5 has a meisterschaft Exhaust system, which makes the V10
absolutely scream. A list of mods to this car include miestershaft gtc Exhaust, catless headers, turner
motorsport software, turner motorsport pulleys, hr lower springs, and 21in
BBS wheels. The combination of all those things create the most stunning M5
I have ever seen with about 570HP. Leave a comment letting me know how you
like the car, wheels, and acceleration sound, and remember to subscribe for
more insane car videos from the recent Greenwich Concours D'Elegance!
Finally, thanks to Drew for the awesome experience, and for lighting up the
tires at the end of the video :D
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Audi A6 3.0 TDI vs BMW 530 d vs Mercedes E 320 CDI BMW has released a 40
second teaser video for the Concept X1 compact sport activity vehicle
(SAV), which makes its debut later this week in Paris. Produced with
elements of skateboarding, graffiti and hip hop beats, BMW is clearly
trying to reach young urban individuals. No longer considered rebellious or
anti-establishment, these sub-cultures have a firm hold on mainstream and
pop-culture around the world. Sure, these types of trendy marketing tactics
always make us cringe, but BMW seems to have identified the once wielding
skateboarders from the turn of the millennium as potential clients. With
consideration to their new position in the workforce and potential
disposable income, we tend to see BMW's angle.
Back in early August we showed first spy photos of an SLR McLaren Roadster
722 prototype just outside of AMG premises in Germany, and now Mercedes has
announced its world debut in Paris this week. Based on the SLR Roadster
with a 722 Edition upgrade, the fabric soft top super car is limited to 150
units, and will be built in the same facilities, McLaren's Formula 1
workshops in Woking, England, as all previous