2018 BMW M5 rear wheel drive strong hitting sports sedan will drive all four wheels. BMW model is faster and more powerful, but it is more refined than the car it replaces.
2018 BMW M5 Performance
2018 BMW gets the latest version of the automaker’s 4.4-liter V-8 twin-engine tuned to 600-horsepower and 553-pound-feet of torque, up to 40-horsepower and 53 pound-feet of the latest M5 generation. The maximum power is reached at 5,700-6,600 rpm and the maximum torque is available from 1,800-5,700 rpm. The improvements are achieved in part because of redesigned twin-cylinder turbochargers capable of delivering 24.46-psi of boost. The injection pressure has also increased from 200 bar to 350 bar for the more efficient burn.
2018 BMW M5 Interior
BMW M5 composite brakes come standard and attach the 15.5-inch drilled and ventilated steel rotors to the front and the 15-inch discs to the rear. The blue six-piston front brake calipers painted with the M logo are also standard. If that is not enough braking power for carbon ceramic brakes with gold pliers and larger front rotors are available. This option reduces weight by 50.7-pounds, according to BMW’s 2018. Other weight-saving measures include an active exhaust optimized for weight, an aluminum canopy and a roof using carbon fiber reinforced plastic.