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Snik 10-10-2009 05:32 AM

F10 m5
 
I hear boost :woot: :bawling:

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Thanks to our "send a tip" function a WCF user has sent us this awesome video of the next-generation BMW M5 in camouflage. Internally codenamed the F10, this car will mark a seismic shift in philosophy for the Bavarian marque as it employs turbo technology in an M sedan.

Partly shot at the Nurburgring the clip takes us through just under four minutes of footage. At 00:59 you'll seen a Nissan GT-R seemingly chasing the M5. What a future battle that will be for motoring media. At several points in the video, particularly at 3:17, the turbos can be heard spooling up and pitching quite high.

BMW begins selling the new 5 Series globally in 2010 and the M5 should follow around a year later. It is thought that BMW's 4.4-litre twin turbo machine will also do duty for the bahnstomer but instead of 300kW (408hp) or 408kW (555hp) it will produce something close to 430kW (585hp).

Speculation is that an 8-speed sequential transmission will send all power to the rear wheels with the assistance of an electronic differential. To improve driving dynamics and fuel efficiency, weight will be kept as low as possible using sophisticated light body construction materials.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4vFDzpvnVU

ferrarix99 10-10-2009 09:04 AM

nice vid

VillanovaGrad 10-10-2009 11:55 AM

back in 03 the m5 had 400bhp, 7 years later, its got almost 50% more power... jesus christ

albertbmw 10-10-2009 12:09 PM

Can't wait :drool:

wiedrick2005 10-10-2009 04:42 PM

Those people have the best job.

czechchamp 10-10-2009 05:30 PM

hwy monster

mcr_driver 10-10-2009 05:53 PM

best/worst job depending on how you view it. that said i'd love to have that job :drool:

-Jay- 10-11-2009 05:55 AM

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Originally Posted by wiedrick2005 (Post 10743045)
Those people have the best job.

:werd:

TheCarLessDriven 10-11-2009 05:33 PM

Damn, Turbod M5. Insanity.

firefirefire90 10-11-2009 05:39 PM

sexy, but whoever designed the new grills on the upcoming Bimmers need to die

Raine 10-11-2009 10:20 PM

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Originally Posted by firefirefire90 (Post 10746632)
sexy, but whoever designed the new grills on the upcoming Bimmers need to die

Im sure itll look better in person. The current 5 series looks :facepalm: in pictures and always better in person.

Snik 10-11-2009 10:21 PM

i said i hated the front of the F01 7s, and when i saw it in person, tho a bit big, it doesnt look over done like it does in the pictures. It actualy fits very well, tho very bold.
I have no doubt the M5 will look good when they get done with it,

Snik 11-04-2009 01:03 AM

Ever since the news broke that the next generation BMW M5 will be powered for the first time by a turbocharged engine, many BMW fans, and not only, have posed THE question: why a turbo engine and not the almighty NA powerplant that made us all happy?

After a discussion with Albert Biermann, head of development at M Division, Autocar UK reports that the decision was influenced by BMW's aggressive plans to cut fuel consumption as part of the EfficientDynamics programme.

"We've been forced to switch to an engine offering greater low-end torque than the naturally aspirated engine to ensure it can cope with the longer axle ratio," Biermann said. "It's the only real way we can balance achieving the environmental improvements we want while retaining similar levels of performance to today's car."


Could this be a concern? Sure, but if all the past rumors come true, BMW's use of new technology and even a KERS system will put the new M5 ahead of the current model, both in performance and fuel efficiency. Biermann estimates a 20% cut in CO2 emissions.

Since not all the details can be revealed way ahead of its launch time, the mystery around the engine used remains large. Based on our sources' reports and what other magazines reported, a V8 twin-turbo engine is the powerplant of choice in the new F10 M5. Output? Unknown, but we expect higher than the 555 ponies outputted by the X5 M and X6 M.

Biermann gets into more details regarding the turbocharged vs. naturally aspirated powerplant. While the 500 horsepower from the current V10 comes at 7,750 rpm, the V8's highest output should come before 6,000 rpm. But then we have the impressive torque coming from a turbocharged engine. Biermann indicates a 30% increase in torque, so that gives the new M5 around 500 lb-ft of torque at very low rpm.

The added power and V8 turbocharged engine requires additional cooling capacity and current test mules, seen in previous spy photos, are focusing on cooling solutions. The process is still at an early stage.

In the past, we reported that two gearboxes were being considered, an updated 8-speed dual-clutch gearbox (DCT) or a more advanced 8-speed SMG. Although we cannot confirm this at the moment, Autocar reports that the M5 will also get a new gearbox, a beefed-up version of the current M3's 7-speed DCT. The gearbox was featured last week on the M5 "CSL" at the 25th anniversary event at Nurburgring.

Even though a hybrid model is being considered in the 5 Series line-up, the M5 will not be featuring any sort of hybrid system due to the extra weight would add to the car. Another significant change in the next M5, is the control-arm front suspensions that will replace the MacPherson Struts and at the rear. This will be a multi-link layout.

With a car growing in size, a new large engine, M5's weight concerns are being addressed by using plenty of carbon fiber design elements. The newly unveiled wind tunnel in Munich will play an important role in the aerodynamics of the new M5. Autocar states that the car will get Active Aerodynamics, which blanks off parts of the grille and cooling intakes during warm-up and under light throttle load.

The F10 M5 will continue to feature different levels of ride comfort, leaving the choice to the driver.

Once again confirming some our previous reports on the new technology available in the next BMW M5, Biermann mentions a new, fully electric power steering that offers similar levels of response and feedback to today's hydraulic set-up.

The F10 BMW M5 will launch a year after the regular 5 Series models and the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show would be the perfect venue.

bimmerfan08 11-04-2009 09:09 AM

so theyre switching to F generations now? interesting

Snik 11-04-2009 02:23 PM

They've already switched. The new current 7 series is F01/2

kpd1999 11-10-2009 03:13 PM

I wonder if the HPFP issue will plague this one as well.............???

E25ci 11-11-2009 04:33 PM

I would still have to pick a evo over the m5 for personal use, but if I were a business man I would buy that thing in a heart beat.
That turbo sounds amazing though. :omg::drool:


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