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7th June 2012 18:36
yamsta
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Originally Posted by Comfort View Post
I`m dissapionted in the forced induction. I was hoping for a 550-600hp n/a engine. Euro 6 forces BMW to use turbochargers.....
Don't underestimate BMW turbos!
7th June 2012 08:08
LAcountyM5 Wow! Ready to trade-in! Well at least I am, my wife...well....
9th April 2012 06:26
jmauro Happy to see the dual clutch and only minor weight gains, would love to see a SL model that shed about 500 lbs
8th February 2012 12:45
Comfort
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Originally Posted by samrm5 View Post
I was hoping that the new M5 would be a v12. The fact that it came as v8 is a bit dispointing to me to downgrade from v10. What do you think guys?
I`m dissapionted in the forced induction. I was hoping for a 550-600hp n/a engine. Euro 6 forces BMW to use turbochargers.....
5th August 2011 07:54
SeaSalt
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Originally Posted by wlin View Post
Delicious... time to start saving up
Hear Hear!

Sounds like this is gonna be another love it or hate it venture.


Aside from the questionable turbo farting, I am on the lovin it side!

The new seats are very cool. Wife thinks they look like a pair of space aliens!
11th July 2011 20:52
wlin
Impressive

Delicious... time to start saving up
1st July 2011 23:56
m5bod
New M5 F10 Goodwood Moving Motor Show pictures

I just posted some pictures here http://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/e60...ml#post2107384 enjoy
16th June 2011 10:42
johnbmw6
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Originally Posted by Khato View Post
I still canīt believe that this is real press release. There is just too much repeating going on! Why do they keep saying performance figures all over again and same thing with power figures? Also 1.5 bar max boost when X5/6M models had 1.45 bar boost? Is this the only change to the engine? Raise power 5hp with small increase of boost

Then there is the weight. 3.3kg/hp That counts 1848kg. If they caculated it from DIN weight (1870) it is 3,339kg/hp. Shouldnīt they have caculated it from EU 1945kg (3,47kg/hp)?

Dunno... tired person reading this and totally disappointed At least they did give it 80 liter tank and 9.9l combined consumption is much better than I would have ever expected.
If this car is capable of 9.9Lts used in 62miles thats great. That = 28+ MPG UK.

READ THIS AND WEEP:http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/news/au...91b4ad02654fe3

If thats the Car I am OUT.
16th June 2011 01:46
Khato I still canīt believe that this is real press release. There is just too much repeating going on! Why do they keep saying performance figures all over again and same thing with power figures? Also 1.5 bar max boost when X5/6M models had 1.45 bar boost? Is this the only change to the engine? Raise power 5hp with small increase of boost

Then there is the weight. 3.3kg/hp That counts 1848kg. If they caculated it from DIN weight (1870) it is 3,339kg/hp. Shouldnīt they have caculated it from EU 1945kg (3,47kg/hp)?

Dunno... tired person reading this and totally disappointed At least they did give it 80 liter tank and 9.9l combined consumption is much better than I would have ever expected.
28th April 2011 20:24
Gustav I belevie this might be a hint when: http://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/f10...ou-attend.html

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Originally Posted by curehead View Post
Hi, does anyone know if there will be some sort of official press release in the next 24 hours about the new M5 given that the Shanghai expo is opening? I'm hoping some/all of the specs will be published, or will they not because it is still a concept car and we have to wait until the Frankfurt IAA in September?

thanks
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