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BMW M5 E39 DCT-swapped machine

While the E39 M5 is an awesome super saloon, transforming one into a full-on track machine is more work than most people would be willing to put in. But, as you can see, the owner of this hardcore build has done just that, and he’s created a devastatingly capable track-day monster.

1985 BMW M5 E28 with factory body kit

How could an E28 M5 with a factory-option body kit possibly be made more desirable? As you can see here, the answer lies within some period tuning magic.

Supercharged 600bhp 2001 BMW M5 Touring E39

If you want something done right, do it yourself, that’s how the saying goes, and that’s exactly what you need to do when you want a supercharged E39 M5 Touring...

1994 BMW M5 Touring E34

Despite being a brilliant machine, the first M5 Touring couldn’t generate enough enthusiasm within BMW to launch a dynasty of rapid Bavarian wagons.

2002 BMW M5 E39

Was the third generation of M5 the best? We chart its history and meet an owner who bought three to find his perfect specification.

Supercharged V10 S85 680bhp BMW M5 E60

Putting out almost 700hp from its supercharged V10, when this beast of an E60 M5 rolls by, the ground shakes, and it feels like the world is about to collapse…

Incredible manual swapped BMW M5 E60 V10

There’s no missing this E60 M5, whether you’re being dazzled by the satin blue wrap or deafened by the sound of a 5.0-litre V10 sucking in air through carbon velocity stacks, and it’s a simply sensational super saloon that goes big in every way.

BMW M5 E60 vs. M5 F10

The BMW M5 has long been considered king of the sports saloons but what’s better than owning one? Owning two, of course! We catch up with Don Wearing to discuss his E60 and F10 duo. Which one would you choose?

1997 Alpina B10 V8 E39 vs. 1999 BMW M5 E39

BMW has bought out Alpina – so how might Alpina’s future products differ from BMW’s own M-cars? Comparing the fastest versions of the E39 5-series will give us some clues.

Most iconic BMW 5 Series M5 - E34 3.6 vs. 3.8

Debate will rage over which is the best of the super saloon dynasty but the E34 must be a standout candidate in both 3.6- and 3.8-litre guises. Words: Bob Harper. Photography: Jason Dodd.

1984-1988 BMW M5 E28

Let’s be clear about what E28 M5 didn’t do first. The world’s first super saloon? A Dodge Coronet 426, Mk2 Jag 3.8 and many others would line up to set you straight on that point. BMW M’s first four-door? You could probably argue that the South African 530 MLE homologation special of 1976 nabbed that honour. Neither the MLE nor the German-built 1980 E12 M535i that came later had the M1’s 24-valve straight-six, mind, but the M635 CSi coupe did, and it was unveiled almost 18 months before the E28 M5.

Supercharged 626whp BMW M5 Touring E39

With full M5 styling and interior, this perfect Touring conversion delivers a devastating 626whp supercharged S62 punch that lets you know it’s the ultimate performance estate.

2022 BMW M5 CS F90

With a soaring price tag, the 2022 BMW M5 CS F90 should seriously impress. Andrew Frankel heads to Thruxton on a fact-finding mission.

2022 BMW M5 CS F90

Like the F90 M5 Competition? You’re going to love the new CS – BMW’s complete supersaloon… Words: Shane O’ Donoghue Photographs: BMW

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