The sports and family car of the BMW M5, which is now up to 6 generations, is one of the best in history. In this article, along with a fascinating video, we look at the time of the M5 family.
BMW The M5 has always been one of the best cars in the world and, of course, has been the benchmark of many other sports gears. First generation sedan M5 series The BMW, which is being built under the M section of the M-section, was launched in 1985. Recently, the popular German company introduced the sixth generation of the M5, which is actually the most powerful M5 to date. But before the BMW team and the M department of power 600 horsepower plus two differential to the 6th generation of the superstar, the company’s officials would have to succeed in the success of the five successful M5 rear axles.
YouTube’s CarEvolution Channel (Cars Evolution) with their videos on webchaat We are familiar with this M5, and it’s time to look at this sporty sedan in an attractive video format. This four-minute video depicts the changes to the 6th generation of the BMW M5 from 1985 to 2018.
First generation: E28
The first generation of the M5, built on the E28 model of the BMW 5 Series, was introduced at the Amsterdam Motor Show in 1984. M5 to meet demand for one Sedan car With its sporty capabilities, the 535i chassis and the M88 / 3, inspired by the M1, were the fastest-ever sedan in the world. The first member of the M5 family was hand made and released in four different versions. The European version of the M5 was powered by a 3.5-liter, 6-cylinder 286-horsepower, and its American version of the same specification with the S38B35 code of 252 horsepower. The E28 M5 was produced in 2191 units and is one of the most rarest products in the world.
Initially, 500 E28 M5 units were to be launched in the US, but more than 1,200 first-generation M5 engines were built in the United States, so the owners of the sedan complained to BIMO. Indeed, American owners of the M5 believed that with the production of more than 500 of these sedans in the United States, the value of their vehicle collectibles would be diminished; the authorities of Bymu donated a discount certificate of $ 4,000 that could be transferred to non-leasing companies The products were used to satisfy American plaintiffs.
Second generation: E34
The second-generation M5, built on the E34 model, was launched in 1989, like the first-generation. The early European version of the E34 M5 was powered by a 3.6-liter 6-cylinder engine with 311 horsepower. In the second half of 1991, the volume increased to 3.8 liters to reach a maximum of 335 horsepower. The second-generation M5 was the latest generation of the M5 series, powered by a 6-cylinder engine inspired by the M-Series. Various versions of the second generation M5 with different technical specifications were released. The Jahre Edition special edition was sold in a limited number of 20 units; in addition, the M5 site version was introduced with the 1992 E34 Touring code, which was the first department store station in M. The 891 Tiger E34, the latest BIMO M, was released.
Third generation: E39
The E39 M5, which was unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show in 1998, was the first generation of the M5 to use the V-shaped eight-cylinder engine. Thanks to its 4.9-liter, 394-horsepower, 6-speed manual box, the third-generation BMW M5 has shown remarkable technical performance compared to previous generations. The E39 M5, with a maximum speed of 250 km / h, was electronically restrained at speeds of 100 km / h in 4.8 seconds. In the independent tests, the E39 M5 has recorded a maximum speed of over 300 km / h; in addition, the third generation M5 completed 8 minutes and 20 seconds in the Green Hell track.
Fourth generation: E60
The BMW E60 M5 was introduced in 2005 with a 10-cylinder V-shaped 5-liter V-507 horsepower, which was in fact the world’s first sedan to power the V10 gasoline engine. Thanks to the 7 and 6-speed gearboxes, the E60 M5 was the fastest sedan in the world at the time of launch. The powerful sedan, produced at 20,548 units, is the most successful generation of the BMW M5 series. In 2007, the new version of the M5 was unveiled with the Trojan’s E61 M5, the second-generation M5 after the E34.
Fifth generation: F10
The fifth generation BMW M5, which was exposed at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2011, left the older brother’s natural breathing propulsion and used the V-shaped Vivienne Turbo 560 horsepower. However, the F10 M5 offered fuel consumption of up to 10% and 30% of its monthly fuel consumption compared to the previous generation. In 2014, the Competition Optimization Package, in addition to upgrading other parts, brought the F10 M5 to 575 horsepower. The BMW M5 family introduced the special edition and limited edition of the 30Jahre BMW M5 to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the M5 family. This version of the M5, which was only made up of 300 units, had the power of 600 horsepower.
Sixth generation: F90
The sixth member of the M5 family, introduced during the Gamescom Games, as the Need for Speed Payback video game propaganda on August 30, has broken the long tradition of the M5 Series rear axle with its all-wheel drive (AWD) system. The newest member of the BMW M5 family, which will be available in the spring of 2018, uses the V-shaped V-shaped Tuin Turbo 4.4-liter, 600-horsepower. The new M5 is two-dimensional, but thanks to the M xDrive system and various driving modes, it also has the ability to become a rear-wheel drive sedan.
At the end, we invite you to watch the fascinating video of the passage of time on the M5 and the process of changing it.