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Old 28th April 2011, 17:38   #1
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Comfort, Sport and Sport Plus modes available for the new BMW M5 F10 according to Chris Harris of Evo

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So I assume from the steering wheel icon, that this is not just a EDC setting name change and that they have multiple, pre-set configurations. One has to hope that the M Drive settings menu on the iDrive will still allow the driver to "dial in" their preferred M button settings (for both M buttons???).
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True, I beleive in addition to the above there will be 2 M Mode buttons.

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So I assume from the steering wheel icon, that this is not just a EDC setting name change and that they have multiple, pre-set configurations. One has to hope that the M Drive settings menu on the iDrive will still allow the driver to "dial in" their preferred M button settings (for both M buttons???).
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