BMW M5 V10-Powered Subaru Impreza Sounds Sweet, Goes Like Stink [Video]

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There was really only one problem with the V10-powered E60 BMW M5. The issue? A heavy sedan powered by a low torque, high-revving engine that required full throttle and 8-10ths driving to be any real fun. Pair that engine with a light weight race car (a Subaru Impreza for instance), however, and you’ve got quite… Continue Reading...

BMW M5 Ends Production as Best Selling, Least Loved, Version Yet

BMW M5 Ends Production as Best Selling, Least Loved, Version Yet
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Easily the first BMW M car that wasn’t universally loved, as of today the current M5 has become the old M5, with production of the V10-powered monster selling 20,548 worldwide. That number includes 1,025 Touring (wagon) models sold in Europe. As the most successful M5 yet, the U.S. market played a huge role in its… Continue Reading...