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The new M5 could debut next spring in Geneva.

The problem boils down to inadequate welding.

Through the camo we can see all of the typical M Division trademarks.

The problem is unclear, but some of Bimmer's hottest cars are affected.

America got a special edition. Now it's Europe's turn.

America will be treated to 50 units.

With 600 hp and Pure Metal Silver paint, this M5 is America's forbidden fruit.

Our latest round of BMW M5 spy shots gives us our first look at production headlights, taillights, and wheels, and leaves us speculating about OLED tech.

BMW is hard at work on the next M5, running a trio of camouflaged testers around the famed Nurburgring and making a lot of good noises along the way.

V6s and V8s are sticking around, too.

BMW M's product management boss wants to build vehicles with rear-wheel drive and at least six-cylinder engines for as along as possible. He argues that it defines the brand.

Alpina introduced the new B5 Biturbo with 600 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque for a 4.2-second 0-62 time and a 204-mph top speed. It comes as a sedan or wagon.

BMW will recall 7,162 examples of the 2016 5 Series because a bent anchor in the rear seat could prevent the proper latching of a child safety seat.

A quartet on their way home from a gig gave weary travelers a free concert while stuck in traffic over the weekend.

BMW might abandon manual transmission for its M models, and the division could cap power to 600 hp for future vehicles.

BMW has been spotted testing the next-gen M5 in Germany. The super sedan reportedly gains an all-wheel-drive option in its next generation.

BMW, FCA, Ford, Honda, Mitsubishi All Affected

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is starting to announce the expanded Takata airbag inflator recalls. FCA has over 5 million vehicles affected worldwide, and BMW has over 420,000 in the US. Honda's expansion includes 350,000 more Civics and Accords.

BMW has kicked off development of the next M5, but it's tough to tell from these spy shots. Only a few things give away its high-performance nature.

For the latest Retro Review, MotorWeek looks back on its glowing review of the 2000 BMW M5. The show can find nary a thing wrong with this beloved sports sedan.

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