Fart said:Hi there,
Just wanted to post that that the local Icelandic BMW dealer just delivered 5 M5's to their happy owners.
I think that it must be a world record becouse of our small population.
Fart said:No 4x4 needed.. Im driving an M-roadster, and just sold my E39M5.
RWD just makes the snow more fun than a 4x4.
But if it gets really snowy, I'll just use my Porsche Cayenne.
I bet the E60M5 owners have a SUV for backup. At least one of them has a X5 4.8is.
Depends on how you define "fully used".bernhtp said:Do Iceland and åland have enough good, high-speed roads where the M5 can be fully used?
What speeds do the laws of physics allow irrespective of the laws of the country? And for how far?Blue Thunder said:As for top speed, no. The highest allowed speed here is 90 km/h.
Let´s just say that the quality of road building over here severely limits the stretching possiblebernhtp said:What speeds do the laws of physics allow irrespective of the laws of the country? And for how far?
The discussions here about tickets, radar detectors, etc. obviously imply that the traffic laws can be stretched in a way similar to M engineers stretching the laws of physics.