During the Gamescom 2017, BMW presents the M5 F90, whose sale begins the following year. We’re talking about one of the most powerful vehicles ever produced by the Bavarian brand, already considered iconic by many car enthusiasts. The F90 takes up most of the aesthetic lines of its predecessor, the F10, but brings numerous technical changes: first of all, despite the dimensions have slightly increased (4,96 x 1,89 meters), the mass has decreased by 90kg settling on the 1855kg dry weight. A radical change is the use of a brand new four-wheel-drive system, powered by a powerful but silent (so much so that the stereo speakers have to simulate part of the rumble to make the driver feel more comfortable) 600 or 625HP V8 Biturbo (available in the “Competition” version). These engines are so powerful that if you remove the speed limitation by purchasing the “M Driver’s Package”, the speed limiter gets deactivated, and the F90 can reach 305km/h of top speed in both versions. The gearbox also changes: an eight-speed automatic ZF with torque converter substitutes the old double-clutch. In 2020, a slight restyling (pictured) makes the aesthetic lines even sharper, bringing the M5 closer and closer to the world of muscle cars, while, as regards the mechanics, the shock absorbers are now more performing.

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🏎️ BMW M5 F90
📍 Germany
🛠️ V8 Biturbo 4.4 750NM 600HP
💨 3,4 seconds
🔝 250km/h (305km/h without speed limiter)
💶 No longer on sale
Our vote: ⭐⭐⭐⭐️⚡ (4,5/5)