This fifth-generation M5, known internally as the F10, is due to arrive in the U.S. late next summer, likely as a 2013 model and at an expected base price of about $90,000. BMW wants this M5 to be more flexible and everyday drivable. So those hoping for a twitchier, more-involving adrenaline generator than the outgoing E60 M5 might go away disappointed. The M5 remains unapologetically a heavyweight, an executive express, a velvet-wrapped hammer, a shark in whale's clothes that should bolt its comfortably well-off owner to 60 mph in 3.8 or so seconds... read more, click here.enjoy
Wow! I'm really envious, JT. Awesome experience and photos. Thanks for sharing!I've heard the new steering set-up of the M5 feels a bit "numb" and it's hard to know exactly whats going on up front compared to say the E90/2 M3. Curious to know your thoughts on the steering feel/feedback.
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