Next-Gen BMW M5: Aggressive Rendering Revealed

Ultimate Performance Sedan: the Final Test?

The subsequent BMW M5 is still in production, as recent photographs from not long ago reveal a heavily cloaked four-door car driving at the famed Nurburgring race track.

Despite impediments, X-Tomi, the celebrated auto fashioner, visualized what the sequel of BMW’s engaging sedan could transform into by taking motivation from the pictures we distributed as the week wrapped up.

Drawing inspiration from the X5 M and X6 M, X-Tomi’s representation features a striking red M5 bedecked with traditional black M alloy wheels and donning an X-style façade wearing a dramatic dark grille with a sparkling red border.

The hood of the vehicle resembles the one featured on the M4 coupé, and the sensor for its radar-guided cruise control is neatly placed in the lower section of the front bumper; a far superior option to the one BMW chose for the regular 5 Series, as they attempted to merge it into the double-kidney grille. However, if one catches a glimpse of it, it can be difficult not to notice.

The fenders at the front are enlarged compared to the typical 5 Series, as could be anticipated considering that the M5 would almost surely come with broader wheels and stronger brakes.

It’s not definitively known what will serve as the motivator in the upcoming 7th gen BMW M5, but one thing is definite: it’s sure to be a fan favorite. Seeing as this is just an enthusiast interpretation, some of the specifics have yet to be revealed. The current 6th gen performance saloon runs on a 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8 capable of producing 617 horses and a max torque of 553 pound-feet (750 Newton-meters) on its competition model.

Rumors have it that the forthcoming M5 will be taking on the hybrid configuration of the XM SUV, which would include a twin-turbo V8 and an individual electric motor to render aggregate power output of 644 hp as well as 590 lb-ft in the conventional version and 738 hp plus 738 lb-ft of torque for the XM Red Label.

of torqueAlthough not officially announced, we have reasonable expectation that BMW will try their best to go on top of the current series M5, along with the electrically powered i5 M60, which has a pair of motors offering a collective output up to 590hp and 549 lb-ft of torque.

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Source: X-Tomi Design

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