Lots of Videos: New BMW M5 Reviewed. We Have All The Epic Videos in One Place
Can the 2018 BMW M5 Always Sideways, Rubber Burning Super Saloon Beat the Best of the Best? We Find Out.
There’s an all new BMW M5 in town and we are excited to see what the car is like on road and track. We found a number of the best journalists and their awesome initial impression videos (we’ll be adding to this page in the coming weeks so come back and see what else we find as reviews come in).
First, a bit about the F90 BMW M5. It has a revised version of the twin-turbo V8 that was found in the previous M5 and a brand new eight-speed semi-automatic gearbox. There’s 592 bhp on tap and 0-62mph in 3.4s. For a big four door saloon it is bloody fast.
However, the big question as always, is: how does it drive? There is an even bigger question too: is it as good as the current E63AMG Mercedes which amped things up to eleven just a few months ago.