BMW M5 F90: Faster and more economical than the AMG E 63 S & co.

The new BMW M5 F90 is evident from more and more comparison tests than the winner. The great American magazine Car and Driver has the new Power sedan from Garching, a comparison with Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+, Porsche Panamera Turbo and Cadillac CTS-V and have undergone more than 2,400 HP gathered. The new BMW M5 delivers clearly the best longitudinal dynamics: He is the fastest to 30 miles, fastest to 60 mph, fastest to 100 miles, fastest to 150 miles, the fastest at the rolling Start from 5 mph to 60 mph, and the fastest in the quarter mile.

Here, the test shows the car as a whole is again an impressive Performance: The 60-mile mark, which corresponds to about 96 km/h, in the cracks of the BMW M5 F90 after only 2.8 seconds and remains clear under the specification. But the new M5 is not only convincing in the case of the positive acceleration, and during braking it is: The full braking from 70 miles or 112 km/h he graduated in 44,8 meters and is nearly two metres sooner than the Mercedes-AMG E 63 S and Porsche Panamera Turbo.

The strong performance of the V8 Biturbo is crowned from the lowest fuel consumption in real driving operation. Although the competitors have to offer, according to the American EPA Ranking a higher range, the BMW M5 F90, his opponent in the practice. On the usual 400-mile Tour by Car and Driver the M5 graduated from miles with a gallon of Gas 15, the German opponents only 13 Miles per Gallon and now consume around 15 percent more fuel. In this discipline, the Cadillac CTS-V, which has burned a gallon of Fuel already after 11 miles.

In the overall standings Car and Driver leaves no room for doubt: The BMW M5 F90 M xDrive with 206 out of 240 possible points, as the clear winner from the comparison. In the second place, the Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ lands, behind the Cadillac CTS-V and Porsche Panamera Turbo to follow. The complete comparison test can on found.

Those who want even more Performance, not more you must wait for a long time: The BMW M5 Competition with 625 HP will not have to wait long, and should focus a bit more on the racetrack than on the everyday. Thus, the more subtle increase in performance, but a changing the tuning of the driving dynamics of the relevant components is not in the first place. We may be curious, what is the BMW M5 F90 do with its competition.

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