The magic of twin-turbocharging has made the F10 generation of BMW M5 infinitely more tunable than its predecessors. And there is no better specialist when it comes to Bavarians propeller-badged sports saloons than G-Power.
A brand new M5 has just arrived at their facilities and their first evaluations are... encouraging to say the least. Many changes, both cosmetic and dynamic are expected to be made, from wheels to intake systems.
They say that the first stage kit will deliver an extra 60 horsepower from the 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8.That means it will develop 620 horsepower, which is more than enough for most people.
But that’s not the end of it, because the tuners have promised "one of the most spectacular BMW M5s for the season 2012". This car has the potential to go over 200 miles per hour, so we’re naturally excited about this.