After the BMW M5 is equipped with four-wheel drive as standard, a lot has changed in terms of the perception of the M5 emblem. In addition to this change in perception, the car now also comes with a different feeling when sitting behind the wheel, as we have learned in our time with him
The video below has been added Together, the guys from BMW UK showed how the M5 has changed and they've come up with a pretty creative way to do it. They put together an ever-changing track that looks like an evolution of the classic cones we've gotten used to. However, they are moving around this time and they are creating different scenarios for the M5 to pick up on the fly.
From the Eight to full-blown drift, the M5 shows us how it's done while keeping its grace and elegance unchanged. Everything in this Clip looks absolutely sound and we absolutely love it because it captures exactly what makes the new M car. The variable four-wheel drive system does a brilliant job in every situation, from the standard 4WD mode to the classic 2WD setup, where the new M5 sends the entire power exclusively to the rear axle.
And that might just be a preview of what's coming other M cars as well. Next year we'll see that the new M8 comes out and shares the drive with the M5, from the 600 hp 4.4-liter V8 to the gearbox. The M8 coupe then turns into a convertible version and, if everything goes according to plan, possibly a Gran Coupe. 
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