This 2015 BMW M5 Executive Package is closer to the Ultimate
Driving Machine, but it took a whole lot of tech to get it there.
The M5 can be so comfortable that you'll actually want to drive it
all day, and suddenly, almost scarily powerful and capable. The
sedan makes no compromises to its M-badged pursuit of performance
for daily drivability. And unlike its siblings, the M3 and M4, the
2015 BMW M5 feels like it was built for driving, not racing. This
2015 BMW M5 is extremely customizable, putting multiple drive,
suspension, steering, and transmission modes at the driver's
fingertips. The 4.4-liter twin-scroll, twin-turbocharged engine
boasts 575 horsepower when equipped with the Competition package.
Standard adaptive suspension helps the sedan to feel planted at
speed but comfortable around town. The M5 can be both genteel and
brutal thanks to a collection of toggles that allow the driver to
instantly customize the sedan's performance and character to an
almost ridiculous degree. The engine, suspension, steering and
transmission each have three individually selectable modes that
transform aspects of the sedan from street-friendly to race-ready
at the touch of a button
2015 BMW M5
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