2013 BMW M5 Tested: M1 & M2 Drive Buttons

During Automotive Rhythms' test drive today with the new 5th generation 2013 BMW M5 at Ascari Race Resort in Spain, we were able to experiment with the performance sedan's two new M Drive buttons which are a part of MMI or Man Machine Interface. Two individually configured set-ups for the M5 can be called up using the new M Drive buttons on the steering wheel; range of programmable parameters unique in the segment: engine response, M Servotronic responses, Drivelogic shift program, DSC mode, Dynamic Damper Control and information in the Head-Up Display.

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2012 | BMW | 5 Series | Steptronic Shifting Functions | How To Luther Park Place Motors Rochester MN
Watch this video to learn the functions of the steptronic shifter in the new 2012 BMW 528, 535, and 550. Created by Luther Park Place Motors in Rochester, MN. For more information please visit us at http://www.parkplacemotorcars.com





2010 BMW 535i
On the whole, we're pretty impressed with the 2011 BMW 5 Series, and after conducting our first drive in Portugal, we're confident that the F10 Fiver will make its way to the head of the class once again. Next week, the car will officially debut for the North American public at the New York Auto Show, and it will officially go on sale in June of this year, priced from $50,475 for the 535i and $60,575 for the 550i (including $875 for destination and handling). The first key item to note is the base prices for both models are actually less than the current cars (only slightly, truth be told). However, in true German business-class luxury form, it's the options list that'll get you. Naturally, you'll want to shell out $2,200 for the Sport Package, and we'd recommend adding $2,700 for the Dynamic Handling Package, as well. Other fancy-shmancy add-ons include the usual Premium ($1,800, 535i only) or Premium 2 ($4,900/$2,800, 535i/550i) packages, Nappa leather ($2,450/$1,000), rear-seat entertainment ($2,200), integral active steering ($1,750), active cruise control ($2,400) and night vision with pedestrian detection ($2,600). The full list of options is available after the jump. Still, even with the Exhaustive options list, the 5 Series is competitively priced against its key competitors the Audi A6 and Mercedes-Benz E-Class. And with a choice of two turbocharged engines, top-notch interior refinement and some shiny new sheetmetal, we're sure that prospective 5 Series owners will be quite pleased.





New BMW M5 vs BMW S1000RR superbike
We pit the new M5 against BMW's hottest superbike. Subscribe to our YouTube channel http://bit.ly/11Ad1j1 Subscribe to the mag http://subscribe.autoexpress.co.uk/yt Check out our other cars vs. bike video here http://bit.ly/1fFxDwr




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