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2018 BMW M5 Vs 2018 Mercedes-AMG E63 S
Top trumps! New BMW M5 vs. Mercedes-AMG E63 S… Now that the new, F90-generation BMW M5 has finally been officially revealed, the inevitable comparisons with a certain rival from Stuttgart have started. While we look forward to driving the new M5 back-to-back with the Mercedes-AMG E63 S 4Matic+, for now we’ll have to be content with comparing the two on paper. So, just how do these two super-sedans stack up? Let’s find out by having a look at five basic areas… 1. Engine: The Mercedes-AMG E63 S employs a 4,0-litre V8 fed by a pair of turbochargers. Peak power is rated at 450 kW from 5 750 to 6 500 r/min, while maximum torque of 850 N.m is spread from 2 500 through to 4 500 r/min. Claimed consumption, for what it’s worth, is 9,1 L/100 km. The new BMW M5 also uses a V8 but with a larger capacity at 4,4 litres. Peak power of 441 kW is on tap across a slightly wider range, from 5 600 to 6 700 r/min. Maximum torque is 100 units down at 750 N.m, but is again available across a wider band (1 800 – 5 600 r/min). Although it likely matters little here, BMW claims an economy of 10,5 L/100 km. 2. Transmission: The bruising Benz employs an AMG Speedshift MCT sports transmission (combined a wet start-up clutch) with nine forward cogs. Mercedes says this multi-clutch ‘box enables “more agile response times to be achieved”. The M5, by contrast, makes use of an eight-speed torque converter from the folks over at ZF. The Munich-based automaker promises that the new the M Steptronic unit will serve up “lightning-fast shift times”. 3. Driven wheels: The Mercedes uses the so-called 4Matic+ all-wheel-drive system, which features fully variable torque distribution between the front and rear axles (with an electro-mechanically controlled coupling connecting the permanently driven rear axle variably to the front axle). In the E63 S 4Matic+, the system also includes a “drift mode”, which transforms the car into a purely rear-wheel drive vehicle. Likewise, the new M xDrive system from BMW works with a central transfer case and multi-plate clutch that distributes drive fully variably between the front and rear axles. The system also includes a setting that renders the M5 a purely rear-driven vehicle, allowing for what the automaker calls “easily controlled drifts”. 4. Claimed acceleration: Partly as a function of the all-wheel-drive systems detailed above, both of these vehicles are substantially quicker to three figures than their rear-wheel-drive forebears. Mercedes claims a 0-100 km/h time of 3,4 seconds for its hottest E-Class, while BMW matches that with its new M5. For the record, both are electronically governed to 250 km/h, although Mercedes will optionally raise that to 300 km/h and BMW to 305 km/h. 5. Kerb weight: In the world of fast cars, weight always plays a crucial role. Mercedes-AMG claims that its E63 S tips the scales at 1 955 kg, while BMW says the new M5 comes in at 1 855 kg, sans driver. And that weight difference allows the M5 to match the E63 S in the 0-100 km/h sprint (well, on paper, anyway), despite being down on both power and torque. Which is your favourite? Let us know in the comments below… Read More -s/ "SUBSCRIBE NOW" 2017

2018 BMW M5 vs Mercedes E63 S AMG 4MATIC +
2018 BMW M5 vs Mercedes E63 S AMG 4MATIC + || Visual Design Comparison BMW M5: 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). Mercedes E63 S AMG 4MATIC +: Engine: 4.0-litre V8 with twin turbochargers and direct injection Displacement: 3982 cc Output: 450 kW (612 hp) at 5750 – 6500 rpm Peak torque: 850 Nm at 2500–4500 rpm Drive system: AMG Performance 4MATIC+ permanent all-wheel drive with variable torque distribution and drift mode Transmission: AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 9-speed sports transmission Fuel consumption combined: 9,2 -8,9 l/100 km Combined CO2 emissions: 209 – 203 g/km Efficiency class: D Weight (DIN/EC): 1.880*/1.955 kg ** Acceleration 0–100 km/h: 3.4 s Top speed: 250 km/h*** Subscribe

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BMW M5 (2018) vs. E63 AMG (2017) - Which Car is Better?
2018 BMW M5 sedan versus 2017 Mercedes-AMG E 63 S sedan BMW M5 4.4-litre V8 bi-turbo engine 600 horsepower 750 Nm of torque M xDrive modes: 4WD, 4WD Sport, 2WD 0-100km/h (62mph): 3.4 secondes 0-200km/h (124mph): 11.1 secondes Top speed: 305km/h (189mph) E63 S AMG 4.0-litre V8 bi-turbo engine 612 horsepower 850 Nm of torque 4MATIC+ with drift mode 0-100 km/h (62 mph): 3.4 secondes Top speed: 300 km/h (186 mph) If you love cars you should subscribe now to YouCar the world famous automotive channel: