It's worth mentioning that the BMW M5 we have here has been taken down the aftermarket path, albeit just slightly. To be more precise, the Bimmer packs a custom exhaust, with its owner explaining that this allows the twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 of the car to deliver 516 hp.
As for the headlight masks of the car, these might remind one of the racing world and yet they are more polarising than most M5 custom pieces we've seen.
Unlike an Internet-famous Model S P100D we've shown you, which features a serious weight reduction, the example we have here come in factory stock trim.
The again, this drag race we have here might bring more an image benefit to the electron juice sipper than the internal combustion engine. After all, people are no longer that interested in the one-trick pony sprinting abilities of the electric sedan.
It's worth mentioning that the velocity gathering involving the battle between the F90 BMW M5 and the Tesla Model S also saw the first duking it out with a Model X - the electric SUV also came in P100D form. And you can check it all out in the piece of footage below.