Price: US $ 199,990.
Motor: 4.4 liter turbo-petrol V8 with 441kW / 750Nm.
Fuel consumption: 10.5 liters per 100 km.
If we are talking about performance, the sedans are not much faster than the BMW M5.
The original M5 of 1986 was the world's fastest sedan of the season (0-100kmh in 6.5 seconds) and the latest version carries that crazy acceleration tradition: 0-100kmh in just 3.4 seconds.
It also does amazing things in corners – another basic BMW M car racing. It's the first M5 AWD, but it's also a selectable system: you can set it up for RWD if it's gritty and / or on a track day. There is an active M differential on the back that comes in handy on such occasions.
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The M5 remains highly configurable, though not as complex as the previous incarnations (this is not bad at all). You can adjust the steering, powertrain and adaptive suspension through three separate modes – and individually, if you like.
You can even save your favorite combinations on two bright red M buttons on the steering wheel and retrieve them at will. It is a true super-sedan, both an A-to-B rocket and a circuit feel.
But there is another key element established with the original M5 that continues today: luxury and refinement.
The idea has always been to combine the last word in performance with a high level of comfort and equipment.
The new M5 also does this. It has the latest in BMW driver assistance technology, an exceptionally high level of fit and finish in the cab and thanks to all this powertrain technology and adaptive chassis, the ability to serve as a luxury sedan when necessary.
Nor does it seem so scandalous. For a vehicle with such extraordinary features, the M5 is quite discreet (well, if you can see beyond these front air intakes). It really is a very good performance car.