“M5,” says Dr. Kay Segler, the president of BMW’s M department, “[is] a bold business car. With a push of a button, you have a sports car.”
The ability of the M5 to play commuter car on the weekday and winding road companion on the weekends could be an important advantage over other high-performance options in its sub-$100,000 price range.
The M5 moves into its latest form with a more efficient twin-turbo V-8 replacing the previous V-10 engine. An eight-speed manumatic transmission is likely to appear on the car. Take another look at the M5 in this video right here and let us know what you want to see in the next-generation sport sedan.