''Snapper Rocks'' is a small rocky outcrop on the northern side of
Point Danger on the Gold Coast of Queensland, Australia that is
well known for its powerful surf break. It's also BMW's name for
the glorious blue metallic adorning Driven's example of the latest
version of the M5. Released to the world in 2017, the F90 M5 has
BMW's all-wheel drive powertrain, making it the first non
rear-wheel drive version of the marque. The AWD comes in handy for
creating traction, since the car has a 600 HP V-8 twin turbo engine
capable of delivering 0-60 mph in 2.9 seconds. The latest M5 is a
technological masterpiece, with its all-wheel drive system biased
towards the rear wheels and if a driver desires it, the car can be
configured to send power to the rear wheels only. Pretty helpful
for some on-road shenanigans as demonstrated by BMW, as they set a
2017 Guinness World Record for the ''longest continuous vehicle
drift on a wet skid pad'' with a distance of 232 miles. Driven's M5
has an original MSRP of $118,495 with executive and driving assist
packages, full Merino leather, B&W sound system, and 20'' M
Performance wheels. It is a two-owner example in excellent
condition having less than 14,000 miles on the odometer. This
Snapper Rocks Blue Metallic M5 is absolutely gorgeous, there are
few M5s in this color and it speaks perfectly to the car's dual
personality: laid back paddle surfer, or full on big-wave hunter.
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