This is the new 2018 BMW M5 which should become the fastest M5 that has ever existed. This M5 will be the first, with all-wheel drive and without the option for a manual transmission. BMW’s Mx Drive system is rear biased. From Carandriver brief experience in a prototype making the estimated 4350 pound M5 feel like an E90 M3. The net horsepower(which is identical to the final special editions of the F10 M5) also 553 lb-ft of torque up 371lb-ft from the previous M5. Peak torque is maintained from 1800 rpm to 5,700 rpm which the M5 reaches peak power.
This car has a estimated zero-to-60 time of 3.2 seconds also a claimed 189 mph top speed. This car ditch’s the seven-speed dual-clutch transmission that is shared with the M3, M4, and M6. It now has a conventional eight-speed automatic it locks it’s torque converter immediately after launch. This car comes standard with Michelin Sport 4S rubber (275/40ZR-19in front, 285/40 ZR-19 in the rear) This is the standard sized tyre and 20 inch wheels are available in the same width’s are optional.