i just hope they don't tune the US-spec M5 to be softer, slower, quieter, or heavier in any way.hbmf3 said:Another exceptional article! The wait has just gotten a bit harder here in the states! :sad3: Ah but it will be worth it. :M5launch:
tifosi said:i just hope they don't tune the US-spec M5 to be softer, slower, quieter, or heavier in any way.
BMW did, however, detune the E46 M3 for North American market slightly. more restrictive exhaust for cleaner emission (which also changes the exhaust note a bit) as well as less aggressive Launch Control. and these are the things i am worrying about. although i know i am just nitpicking, and i am sure the US-spec M5 will still be far superious than competition anyway. :flag:hbmf3 said:I agree. BMW didn't detune the E39, so I think that bodes well for the U.S. version of the E60 M5. I'm just dying to get my hands on one. :wroom: