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    Spy Shots: 2011 BMW M5 strips away more of its camo
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    2011 BMW M5 spy shots – Click above for high-res image gallery
    The 2011 BMW M5 isn't quite ready for showrooms yet, but our spies have recently spotted the grandaddy sport sedan out testing, this time in the hands of the Pirelli folks (hence the different wheel and tire packages). We're ...

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    Spy Shots: 2011 BMW M5 shows off more of its new skin
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    BMW M5 spy shots – Click above for high-res image gallery
    It seems that the 2011 BMW M5 is nearing production-ready status, and while the new supersedan may still be wearing a bit of swirly camouflage, it's easy to see what the more aggressive M5 will look like in its new F10 5 Series ...

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    Rumormill: Aluminum and carbon fiber, KERS-equipped BMW M5 cometh?
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    What does the future have in store for BMW's high-performance M division? For starters, lots and lots of power, along with a smattering of light weight and plenty of cutting-edge technology. This all sounds familiar, but the rumored details coming out of Bimmerfile suggest that the 2011 BMW M5 ...

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    SPY VIDEO: 2011 BMW M5 prototype whines its way 'round the Nordschleife
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    If you were disappointed by reports that BMW was planning to retire the award-winning, high-revving V10 engine from the current M5 in favor of a twin-turbo V8, well...we can't really blame you. It's one heck of an engine, and we'll all miss it dearly. But ...

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    REPORT: BMW M5 dropping V10 for turbo V8
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    BMW M5 – Click above for high-res image gallery
    The straight six in the first BMW M5 supersedans was silky smooth and plenty powerful, but it was getting a bit long-in-the-tooth, so it had to go. It was replaced by the 400 hp V8 in the E39, then later with the fire-breathing V10 in the ...

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    Next BMW M5 will nix V10 in favor of twin-turbo V8
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    BMW may begin straying from its long held tradition of equipping its M models with rev-happy, naturally aspirated engines. According to a source speaking with Automotive News, the twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 currently equipped on the new X6, could be stroked out to 4.8-liters and fitted on ...

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