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Old 6th April 2011, 00:43   #161
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Milanno's PS with a badge added. My job kinda sucks...

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UPDATE: Here is New BMW M5 Concept with E60 M5 mirrors
While you are working with your PS... Can you do the updated wheels again but a little smaller? They look awesome but they are definitely closer to a 21' wheel. Just a thought if you get board. I took your first PS and added an ///M5 badge but I think I did it too big. Hope it is OK to be working on your PS.
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Old 6th April 2011, 00:51   #162
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Maybe the concept will have the new M5 mirrors at the Shanghai carshow? They added the M5 mirrors to the E60 M5 Concept as well when they showed it at the Leipzig carshow.

Closeup on the M5-mirrors!
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Old 6th April 2011, 01:25   #163
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Pretty good comparison photos of the e60 and f10

Photo Comparison: BMW E60 M5 Concept vs. F10 M5 Concept
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Old 6th April 2011, 02:13   #164
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Hope it is OK to be working on your PS.
Of course, as long as you keep credits on material.

Those are original sized 19" wheels & M Badge
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Old 6th April 2011, 04:18   #165
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I'm a bit surprised that some people are dissapointed about the supposedly 560hp/510tq that the car will have. I mean, how much more do you want? That's about 130hp shy of the new flagship Lamborghini.. This is a family car after all.

And remember that this is in stock form. A tune will easily take it over 600hp for the hp junkies but.. I don't know about you guys but I would choose another car if I wanted a 0-60/straight line monster.
However I think in stock form this engine linked with the new DCT will make it quite a bit faster than the E60 M5.
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Old 6th April 2011, 05:35   #166
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Looks good overall. Rear diffuser section looks too busy, the side gills got to change/go, everything with 4 wheels has got them, even KIA optima.
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Thought I would chime in. Current E39 M5 owner and my opinion is the new F10 M5 just looks better, meaner then the E60 M5. They've come out with a great looking car. And concerns over power. I bet a $3k software upgrade will yield 100 hp on this beast.
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The F10 M5 looks great but so does the E60 M5. When the E39 M5 came out in 1998 I liked it but when the E60 M5 came out, I was in lust.. Much better and more modern looking and beautiful. The F10 hasnt hit me just yet because Im still loving the e60 M5 too much but im sure once I see them on the road, I will lust for one eventually..


The side vents are awesome and arent going away anytime soon. They are a welcome trademark of the modern M car, M3, M5, M6 all have them so just have to live with it..Sorry but just my opinion.

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Of course, as long as you keep credits on material.

Those are original sized 19" wheels & M Badge
Looks great! Thanks Milanno.
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Car looks great. Not a fan of the black wheels, cant wait to see one of these bad boys lowered with some classy mutli-spokes on it...
Give me those black wheels on the silver car any day... it's a great look, and what's more, they tend to accentuate those awesome looking brakes.
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