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Old 28th March 2011, 10:03   #51
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Originally Posted by Gustav View Post
Trailer below

Translated testdriver interview video below

Trailer + testdriver interview combined in one video below

Some interesting details reveailed in these videos.

-At least a 7250+ RPM redline

-Two M-mode buttins [M-] and [M+] for changing several preset settings maybe?

-DCT shifter looks similar to the old SMGIII shifter on the BMW M5 E60.

-M logo on the headrests

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thats a wicked vid thanks
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Another way to look at the shifter is that is looks like the DCT shifter in the M3 (and yes, it looks like the SMG shifter as well).
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Please, please, pleeeeeeeeeeeeeease - not that steering wheel!!!!!!

Otherwise looks sharp.
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30 minute video

Just thought you guys might like this.

Video: 30 minutes of raw 2012 BMW M5 footage — Autoblog
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The translation is all wrong.

The real translation is...

" This car is too freakin awesome for words

Everybody will be jealous.

You will get immediate respect.

Start making your kill list now" (over and over again)

Thanks for the vids!
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Old 30th April 2011, 17:15   #57
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The car has snow tires, they look like Dunlop 3Ds to me. I put "square (size)" 245/ 45/ 18 Dunlop M3s on my E60 and I've been through twelve inches. Given the recent amount of snow in the UK you may want to get a set.
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awesome awesome and awesome! But anyone not digging the steering wheel? Not "Oomph-y" enough.
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