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OFFICIAL BMW M5 Production pics high resolution!

Leaked OFFICIAL BMW M5 Production pics!

The specs of the car on the pictures are:

Wheels: 20' M wheels 343 M
Exteriour colour: Monte Carlo Blue
Interiour: M Multifunction seats with Full Leather "Merino Feinnarbe" Silverstone with BMW Individual headliner Alcantara Anthrazit
Interiourlist: Aluminium Trace

Also, official PDF: http://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/att...new_bmw_m5.pdf

Official BMW PDF: http://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/att...new_bmw_m5.pdf


Fifth generation of the world’s most successful high-performance saloon in
the premium segment of the executive class; new BMW M5 is an
exceptionally dynamic high-performance sports car with four doors and
five seats; consistent further development of the vehicle concept initiated
in 1984 with the first-generation BMW M5; compelling track potential
combines with the comprehensive practicality of a luxurious business
saloon; groundbreaking character headlined by significantly improved
efficiency, supreme long-distance comfort, and innovative driver
assistance systems and infotainment functions.

World premiere of a newly developed BMW M high-performance engine:
high-revving 4.4-litre V8 engine with M TwinPower Turbo package –
consisting of Twin Scroll Twin Turbo technology, cross-bank exhaust
manifold, High Precision Injection petrol direct injection and
VALVETRONIC fully variable valve control; 412 kW/560 hp at
6,000 – 7,000 rpm, maximum torque: 680 Newton metres (502 lb-ft) from
1,500 rpm; lag-free power delivery, typical M car thrust.
 Significantly improved balance between performance and fuel
consumption: acceleration 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.4 seconds,
0–200 km/h (124 mph) in 13.0 seconds, top speed: 250 km/h / 155 mph
(305 km/h / 190 mph with M Driver’s Package); average fuel consumption
in EU test cycle: 9.9 litres/100 km (28.5 mpg imp); engine output 10 per
cent up on predecessor model, maximum torque increased by 30 per cent,
fuel consumption cut by more than 30 per cent; extensive Efficient
Dynamics technology, including Auto Start-Stop function and Brake

Energy Regeneration.

Power transfer to the rear wheels via the seven-speed M Double Clutch
Transmission Drivelogic; traction-optimised automatic gear selection;
Launch Control; Low Speed Assistance; automatically activated parking
mode; M-specific gear selector; M leather steering wheel with shift
paddles.

Hallmark M conceptual harmony produces superior performance
characteristics with precise interplay of drive and chassis technology,
aerodynamics and weight balance; power-to-weight ratio: 3.3 kg


(approx. 7 lb)/hp; M-specific suspension (front and rear axle kinematics),
M Servotronic steering, Dynamic Damper Control, DSC stability control
system including M Dynamic Mode; bodyshell mounting using special
panels; lightweight compound high-performance braking system.

Outstandingly agile handling thanks to innovative rear axle differential with
Active M Differential; electronically controlled multi-plate limited-slip
differential enables fully variable distribution of drive between the rear
wheels to optimise traction and stability in dynamic lane change
manoeuvres and acceleration out of corners; degree of lock can be varied
between 0 and 100 per cent according to the situation; fast, precise and
pre-emptive responses thanks to constant data cross-checking between
the Active M Differential and DSC stability control system, and monitoring
of the accelerator pedal position, wheel speed and yaw rate.

Two individually configured set-ups for the car can be called up using the
new M Drive buttons on the steering wheel; range of programmable
parameters unique in the segment: accelerator responses, M Servotronic
responses, Drivelogic shift program, DSC mode, Dynamic Damper Control
and information in the Head-Up Display.

Characteristic body design with familiar M aesthetics reflecting the car’s
extremely dynamic yet precisely controllable nature; specific design
features contributing to performance characteristics; front apron with
extremely large air intakes for the engine and brakes; athletically flared
wheel arches to emphasise wide track; hallmark M “gills” with integrated
indicator bars; aerodynamically optimised rear apron with diffuser between
the right and left-hand pair of twin exhaust tailpipes; gurney-style rear
spoiler on the boot lid; 19-inch M light-alloy wheels in exclusive doublespoke design.
 Unique combination of sports car cockpit and luxurious ambience for the
interior; M-specific instrument cluster in black-panel technology; newly
designed, leather-covered centre console; M sports seats; standard
specification also includes: Merino leather upholstery with extended
features, exclusive Aluminium Trace interior trim strips, BMW Individual
roof liner in Anthracite, electrically operated steering column adjustment,
four-zone automatic climate control and ambient light.

Extensive range of driver assistance systems and mobility services from
BMW ConnectedDrive unmatched by competitors in this segment and
beyond: M-specific Head-Up Display (standard), Adaptive Headlights for BMW
standard xenon light, High-Beam Assistant, BMW Night Vision with
pedestrian recognition, Lane Change Warning System, Lane Departure
Warning System, Surround View, Speed Limit Info, internet usage,
extended integration of smartphones and music players, real-time traffic
information and apps for receiving Web Radio and using Facebook and
Twitter.

Almost all BMW 5 Series Saloon equipment options available, including
Comfort Access, M multifunction seats, active seats, doors with Soft Close
Automatic function, hands-free tailgate opening, electric glass roof, trailer
coupling.

Specifications and performance:

BMW M5: V8 petrol engine, M TwinPower Turbo technology with Twin
Scroll Twin Turbo, cross-bank exhaust manifold, High Precision Injection
direct injection and VALVETRONIC variable valve control.
Displacement: 4,395 cc, output: 412 kW/560 hp at 6,000 – 7,000 rpm,
max. torque: 680 Nm (502 lb-ft) at 1,500 – 5,750 rpm.
Acceleration 0 – 100 km/h (62 mph): 4.4 seconds,
acceleration 0 – 200 km/h (124 mph): 13.0 seconds,
top speed: 250 km/h / 155 mph (305 km/h / 190 mph with M Driver’s
Package).
Average fuel consumption: 9.9 litres/100 kilometres (28.5 mpg imp),
CO2 emissions: 232 g/km, exhaust standard: EU5




Exteriour dmenstions of the new BMW M5 F10.






"Leading power: The new BMW M5": BMW official introduction BMW M5 F10: press release

"Body design: hallmark M design elements make a genuine contribution to meeting technical requirements."BMW official BMW M5 F10: press release

"Dynamically formed intakes ensure precise airflow and optimum cooling." BMW M5 F10 press release

"Prominently flared wheel arches, three-dimensional gills, eye-catching side skirts": BMW official press release

"Broad, powerful tail generates optimum airflow": BMW Official Press Release BMW M5 F10

"The drive system: high-revving V8 engine with M TwinPower Turbo technology sets new standards in output and efficiency": Official BMW M5 Press Release

"Racing know-how and unparalleled development expertise: the ideal basis for maximum output and unbeatable efficiency": offical BMW M5 Press Release

"Concentrated power: turbochargers positioned in the V-shaped space between the cylinders, cross-bank exhaust manifold" BMW Official Press Release

"Direct injection system uses new type of injectors to ensure precise fuel supply": official BMW M5 Press Release

"VALVETRONIC gives an additional boost to responsiveness and efficiency": BMW official BMW M5 F10 Press Release

"High performance applies to power transfer as well: the seven-speed M Double Clutch Transmission with Drivelogic": BMW M5 F10 Official Press Release

"Innovation for unbeatable traction in dynamic driving situations: the Active M Differential." BMW Press Release

"M-specific chassis, electronically controlled dampers, M Dynamic Mode": BMW Official Press Release

"High-performance compound brakes, extensive safety equipment, extremely impressive power-to-weight ratio": Official BMW M5 Press Release

"Interior and controls: sports car cockpit with premium ambience." BMW M5 F10 Press Release

"Head-Up Display with M-specific information comes as standard": from BMW M5 Press Reelase



















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Hmm:

"Neuer BMW M5 mit V8-Twinturbo statt V10-Sauger
Ja, statt des Zehnzylinders steckt ein V8 unter der Haube. Ja, erstmals verabschiedet sich die M GmbH vom Sauger und marschiert nun mit Biturbo-Technik. Die „M TwinPower-Turbo-Technologie“, bekannt aus BMW X6 M und BMW X5 M, wird dem Hochdrehzahlmotor das Atmen erleichtern. „Der neue Motor gewährleistet die für BMW M-Automobile charakteristische lineare Kraftentfaltung in einer neuen Dimension“, schwärmen die Münchner. Angesagt sind 560 PS bei 6000 U/min – beim alten V10 waren es 507 PS bei 7750 U/min. Das maximale Drehmoment wächst von 520 auf 680 Newtonmeter. Dazu liegt es schon knapp über Leerlauf an: geruhsame 1500 mal muss sich die Kurbelwelle drehen, um das Drehmomentmaximum an das Getriebe zu liefern. Der V10-Sauger benötigte 6100 Umdrehungen für die maximale Zugkraft."
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Hmm:

"Neuer BMW M5 mit V8-Twinturbo statt V10-Sauger
Ja, statt des Zehnzylinders steckt ein V8 unter der Haube. Ja, erstmals verabschiedet sich die M GmbH vom Sauger und marschiert nun mit Biturbo-Technik. Die „M TwinPower-Turbo-Technologie“, bekannt aus BMW X6 M und BMW X5 M, wird dem Hochdrehzahlmotor das Atmen erleichtern. „Der neue Motor gewährleistet die für BMW M-Automobile charakteristische lineare Kraftentfaltung in einer neuen Dimension“, schwärmen die Münchner. Angesagt sind 560 PS bei 6000 U/min – beim alten V10 waren es 507 PS bei 7750 U/min. Das maximale Drehmoment wächst von 520 auf 680 Newtonmeter. Dazu liegt es schon knapp über Leerlauf an: geruhsame 1500 mal muss sich die Kurbelwelle drehen, um das Drehmomentmaximum an das Getriebe zu liefern. Der V10-Sauger benötigte 6100 Umdrehungen für die maximale Zugkraft."

560 PS = 552 SAE HP

The current X5M and X6M produce 555 SAE HP according to BMWUSA.com so this seems like more unofficial crap to me. I'll wait for BMW (directly) to say what the output is. With the larger turbos and inter-coolers, why would the F10 M5 engine make 3 HP less than the truck motors?

I call B.S.

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The photos seem authentic. The performance specs.. do not think are accurate. 552hp 501tq? Less powerful than the X5M? I do not think so...


Performance Comparison: M5 vs X5M
2012 BMW M5 Performance: 552HP / 501TQ
2011BMW X5M Performance: 555HP / 501TQ

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The photos seem authentic. The performance specs.. do not think are accurate. 552hp 501tq? Less powerful than the X5M? I do not think so...


Performance Comparison: M5 vs X5M
2012 BMW M5 Performance: 552HP / 501TQ
2011BMW X5M Performance: 555HP / 501TQ
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560 PS = 552 SAE HP

The current X5M and X6M produce 555 SAE HP according to BMWUSA.com so this seems like more unofficial crap to me. I'll wait for BMW (directly) to say what the output is. With the larger turbos and inter-coolers, why would the F10 M5 engine make 3 HP less than the truck motors?

I call B.S.
Absolutely agree. No chance.

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560 PS = 552 SAE HP

The current X5M and X6M produce 555 SAE HP according to BMWUSA.com so this seems like more unofficial crap to me. I'll wait for BMW (directly) to say what the output is. With the larger turbos and inter-coolers, why would the F10 M5 engine make 3 HP less than the truck motors?

I call B.S.

after all this anticipation, if true a major letdown... But will wait for official specs too..
I find it inconceivable it would have identical spec as ///M truck.....
The 0-200 time is impressive though.. Looks beautiful but massive!
20" M6 rims too... Interesting...

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In March, when Chris Harris drove the new F10-platformed M5 for us and EVO magazine, BMW wouldn't yet confirm what tweaks had been made to the X6M/X5M twin-turbo V8, but admitted to different intake and exhaust systems and cryptically stating it would be unlikely to let the M5 have less power than the hot-UVs. True to form, the new M5 has more than 547 HP.

Unfortunately for BMW, it's only a little bit more — 552 HP. While a sizable jump from the previous E60 M5's power output, it's still a few horsies short of the newest badass bomber from across the puddle — the Cadillac CTS-V.


source: 2011 BMW M5: Yes, this is it

X5 M 2009- 4,395 cc (268.2 cu in) V8 twin turbo / BMW S63 555 PS (408 kW; 547 hp)@6000 680 N·m (500 lb·ft) @1500–5650

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-Brake calipers are paint matched and with ///M logo?

-Photos of the interior..

The interior looks to be of higher quality than the F10 5ers (535i/550i). The center console, including the cup holder tray look to be leather. The trim doesn't look great, but probably a $0 cost option.

Difficult to tell, but steering wheel looks like it has two M buttons. Both are an M in a circle like on the E60.
Shift paddles look like the same as on the normal 5ers.. should of been a different paddle design than the normal 5er.. something similar to the E60 at least.
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