For 25 years, the BMW M5 has always been the perfect balance for drivers who want the comfort of a luxury sedan but the power and handling of a high-performance sports car. The newly redesigned 2011 BMW M5 epitomizes that to the tee. The 2011 BMW M5 is powered by a new high-revving V8 engine with M TwinPower Turbo Technology that is rumored to produce 555 horsepower. The engine will be mated to a seven-speed M double-clutch transmission with Drivelogic, M-specific suspension and M-specific steering. All these enhancements and drivetrain innovations have lead to a reduction in fuel consumption and emission levels by more than 25 percent. Signature BMW M-specific beefy fender flares are complemented by M-specific 20″ forged double-spoke forged wheels. The lightweight wheels are wrapped with ZR-rated tires that measure 265/35/20 at the front and 265/35/20 at the back.
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Eisenmann Performance Exhaust System on a 2000 BMW M5 (E39) in Anthracite Metallic. The Eisenmann Performance exhaust system features four 76mm round exhaust tips and an option to choose between sport or race sound. The Eisenmann exhaust tone is described as being deep at low RPM but screams at high RPM like a true performance car.