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Video: 2018 BMW M5 with xDrive Kicks Off with Impressive Power and Driving Modes

BMW has started campaigning the all-new M5 more than six months ago with BMW purists long-expecting its arrival. Now that the await is over, the all-new 2018 M5 is here for the taking with xDrive configuration and plenty of juice under the hood.

Set to officially arrive in dealerships later on this year, the all-new 2018 BMW M5 has a lot to offer in terms of technology and mechanics.

One of the car`s main highlights refer to the xDrive configuration which uses a “central intelligence unit” that provides “all the agility and precision of standard rear-wheel drive with the supreme poise and traction of the all-wheel-drive system.”

This means that the model also makes use of three different driving modes – 2WD, 4WD and 4WD Sport – which activate whenever it is necessary. For instance, in the 2WD mode, the power is sent to the rear wheels via the new Active M differential, making thus sure that the driving is done in a “very sporty manner.”

Being considered the “most advanced version” so far, the all-new 2018 BMW M5 with xDrive makes use of a 4.4-liter twin-turbo engine, with 600 horsepower and 700 Nm of torque, enabling a sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.5 seconds, making it “noticeable quicker than its predecessor.”

Technology wise, the new M5 borrows the same technology lineup also seen on the latest 5-Series or 2016 7-Series. It has been also equipped with updated equipment, like new shifter, M Sport steering wheel with two M Drive buttons, adding as well the state-of-the-art Head-Up Display with satellite navigation and much more.

You can admire the all-new 2018 BMW M5 with xDrive in the video below. Enjoy and don’t forget to share your opinions with us!

The all-new BMW M5 with M xDrive.

The all-new BMW M5 with M xDrive. Starting at incredible.More at BMW-M.com/BMW-M5-MxDrive________________________________________________BMW M5 – Fuel consumption (combined): 10.5 l/100 km; CO2 emissions (combined): 241 g/km. Further information: http://m-power.com/disclaimer/.

Posted by BMW M on Tuesday, May 16, 2017

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