The F90 generation of the M5 brings many changes to the legendary model. This is the first M car (besides the X5/X6 Ms) to use all-wheel drive. The F90 is also the first M5 to not be available with a manual transmission. The staunchest BMW M purists may decry those changes, but going by published reviews and tests, the M5 is faster than ever and can still dance around corners with finesse. With 600 HP and 553 torques, it might not seem too much faster than the previous model or the competition. But thanks to AWD, it can accelerate from a stop with brutal authority--Car & Driver managed to get from 0-60 in 2.8 seconds! A 2.8 second 0-60 time makes this family sedan from hell even faster than a Audi R8 V10 Plus or Nissan GT-R!

The F90 generation of the M5 brings many changes to the legendary model. This is the first M car (besides the X5/X6 Ms) to use all-wheel drive. The F90 is also the first M5 to not be available with a manual transmission. The staunchest BMW M purists may decry those changes, but going by published reviews and tests, the M5 is faster than ever and can still dance around corners with finesse. With 600 HP and 553 torques, it might not seem too much faster than the previous model or the competition. But thanks to AWD, it can accelerate from a stop with brutal authority--Car & Driver managed to get from 0-60 in 2.8 seconds! A 2.8 second 0-60 time makes this family sedan from hell even faster than a Audi R8 V10 Plus or Nissan GT-R! This Black Sapphire model is among the first sold in California and hopefully, the first of many to roll through our shop. We expect the F90 to attract more different types of customers to the BMW brand--Maybe a Nissan GT-R owner who has a need for usable back seats?