The New M5 Doesn't Play Games

Racing into the future

BMW M has unveiled the all-new BMW M5 to the M series in Need for Speed Payback. The Need for Speed series has been an action driving blockbuster since its original game was released in 1994. Since Need for Speed has been placing some awesomely fast cars in the vehicle lineups. This year with the new release of Need for Speed Payback, they are dressing the exclusive versions cover with the BMW M5.

Performance is key

Placing the M5 in game has allowed for people to see how this car can perform when they get behind the wheel. While the extraordinary stunts in Need for Speed shouldn't be attempted in real life, we can get a taste of the real performance from BMW Works driver Bruno Spengler, see the video below for the exciting drive.

Power of M

The BMW M5 has for the first time ever the ability to change between the traditional rear-wheel drive and M xDrive four-wheel drive that gives you more traction. Which is a nice feature to have when you're handling this monstrous twin turbo V8 that puts out 600 horsepower. The BMW M5 is even lighter than its predecessors with a CRFP roof standard that is made of light-weight and incredibly strong carbon fiber.

While we are still waiting for the new BMW M5 to come to our dealership, you can still experience the power and thrill of an M-series vehicle here in Beaverton, OR.

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