The new BMW M5 is not afraid to get wet – Click above to watch video after the jump

Are you currently suffering from BMW M5 withdrawal? Autoblog is here to help, and we'd like to offer up a video that will allow you to cope while you wait for the production version of the newest M5 to be revealed. BMW is still testing and fine-tuning the F10 M5, but the German automaker has been kind enough to bring a camera along to capture the more exciting bits.

Test drivers examine how the M5 responds to wet weather, steep inclines and smoky launches. Here's a spoiler for you; it handles all of that quite well. But you don't have to take our word for it. Click past the jump to see for yourself.

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