At last, the 2021 BMW M5 is here to liven up the party. The new M5 is based on the refreshed design of the seventh-gen 5-Series sedan and will inherit the xDrive all-wheel drivetrain of the outgoing M5. BMW is also debuting the M5 Competition model to send shivers down the spine of Alpina’s newest B5 sedan.
When talking about an M5, it’s best to start with the engine. True to form, the new M5 is powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 engine with direct injection, unique cross-bank exhaust manifolds, and upgraded cooling.
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