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Old 15th March 2011, 20:20   #1
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BMW M5 F10 Prototype wintertesting official videos : testing + trailer

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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Here she is ;New Official Video: 2012 BMW M5 prototype and drivers’ review


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Now we know the redline will be 7250 RPM. :27 and :33 on this video.

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...and maybe 2 M buttons? see 00:50. I think there was an interior shot a few weeks ago that showed 2 M buttons also.
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nooooooooo - it's in German!! What were the drivers saying?

The set off in snow looked interesting - something I struggle with in the e60... did it have some kind of set off control?

I notice that another post for the Alpina B7 is now being produced with Allrad... these videos seem to indicate RWD (when he enters the tunnel), but I still think they are handling great in the snow for 2WD.

The exhaust seems to growl also which is pleasing, but it doesn't seem to announce your are either on your way, arrived, or leaving like the E60 does "....eeeeeeeeeeeeEEEEEEEEEEEEOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWwwwwwwwwwwwwww....."

My excitement is starting to increase though
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nooooooooo - it's in German!! What were the drivers saying?

The set off in snow looked interesting - something I struggle with in the e60... did it have some kind of set off control?

I notice that another post for the Alpina B7 is now being produced with Allrad... these videos seem to indicate RWD (when he enters the tunnel), but I still think they are handling great in the snow for 2WD.

The exhaust seems to growl also which is pleasing, but it doesn't seem to announce your are either on your way, arrived, or leaving like the E60 does "....eeeeeeeeeeeeEEEEEEEEEEEEOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWwwwwwwwwwwwwww....."

My excitement is starting to increase though

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A few items observations

1) Looks like some type of powerdome on the hood at 2:00
2) Moonroof at 2:38
3) Steering Wheel looks small and thick at 2:47
4) Engine has nice burble at start at 2:50
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