The All-New 2018 BMW M5 Is the Quickest Sedan We’ve Ever Tested

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Love affairs don’t always last. After we fell hard for the naturally aspirated, V-8– and V-10–powered versions of the BMW M5, a twin-turbo V-8 M5 arrived for 2013 and left us a little cold. Sure, it had 560 horsepower, 502 lb-ft of torque, and a body by Atlas, but something that was core to our longheld attraction was lost. Even an available manual transmission couldn’t bridge the emotional gap. While its performance left us in awe, somehow BMW forgot to make it fun. We’d grown apart. READ MORE ››