full size sedan - aftermarket
The new M5 is the car that will put the sport sedan market on its knees searching to build a great competitor since everyone knows that the M-Series is the class leader in the sport sedan market. With BMW’s new edgy styling, this new M5 is set to deliver one exhilarating ride and one fine looking car that adds every bit of great design that BMW could put onto one car. Using the revamped 5-Series, the new M5 has again made a great car even better. With its very aggressively styled front end, the new M5 is set to deliver nothing but fun to its newly appointed owners and M-Class fans. The new front headlamps of the M5 are quite aggressive with their pointed edge at one end and a wing feature at the other end. These new headlamps seem to be the right design for the front of this class killer, which illustrates one evil look wherever it goes.
A new front bumper has been added and alone with it are three new front airports which curve in odd directions around the front of the car giving them the illusion that they are leaves attached to the front. Two front lips have been added through the addition of a side skirt to the car. Flowing around the front headlamps is the double helix front grille, which seems to add the illusion of fangs to the face of this monster. Adding to the illusion of the evil looking front headlamps are the two separate hood lines, which flow up from the bottom to the grille up to the windshield in a rather sleek, looking way. The hood lines also add an evil eyebrow look to the headlights adding on the already sinister look of this car. Curling around the bottom of the front lights are the front wheel arches, which add the appeal of a low, great handling car to the M5. BMW certainly picked the right rims to add to this model since the gunmetal styling fits perfectly with the dark look of the new M5.
A small side air duct has been added to let the big V8 of the M5 breathe a little easier and add a nice look to the side of the car. From the edge of the front wing of the headlights you can easily follow the bodyline to the rear of the car where it flows perfectly to and seems to split the rear taillights brake light from the backup light. BMW has added its oddly shaped rear trunk lid to the M5, which flows nicely around the tops of the rear taillights but still sticks out from the rest of the back. From the side of the car and around to the back to meet at the edge of the rear air duct is the cutout of the exhaust ports. The rear airport, which is housed between the exhaust ports, is a nice touch but should have been a stand-alone port rather than being designed into the rear exhaust housing. The addition of chrome plates above the exhaust ports are a great feature but should have been blended in with its background to create a more blended look to the rear of the car. From front to rear the new M5 is one exquisitely crafted car, which will defiantly create some tension amongst its competitors.