Youâ€™re probably thinking, â€œWow thatâ€™s one crazy looking front bumper.â€ And there is a really good reason why this M5 has what seems like four intakes. Of course more intakes mean more air to cool a powerful engine under the hood. This BMW M5 is said to be fitted with a V10 twin-turbo engine producing close to 600 horsepower.
While nothing has been confirmed, previous photographers whoâ€™ve caught this beast undergoing high-speed testing said that the engine sounded more powerful than the regular M5.
If produced this would be BMWâ€™s stab at the Audi RS6 Avant which produces 580 horsepower (understating the true figure of 600hp).
Bmw were big on turbos back in the 70's. In F1, they produced a turbocharged engine that could put out 1500 bhp. They used a 2 ltr block from a 2002 and reducted to 1.5ltr to fit with the F1 regulations at the time.