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      09-13-2019, 09:12 PM   #2465
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Hmmm, wonder if the M5 CS is going to be fast or not....
I'm guessing around 700whp/600wtq.
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      09-13-2019, 09:45 PM   #2467
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Bribe someone to open the hood of the M8 Safety Car.
Is it still in the M60 -> S63 lineage with the 98mm bore spacing? I'm guessing it is if it comes in 4.4 still instead of being closer to a pair of B48s thrown together.
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      09-14-2019, 12:56 AM   #2468
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I am curious as to which model this is.
Scott mentioned i7 which I presume will be an electrified version/derivative of the next-gen 7 Series. An EQS competitor. Could be the iNEXT too.
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      09-14-2019, 11:49 AM   #2469
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X1 M35i and the 2er GC M35i should both sell incredibly well.

Nothing I personally would buy, but definitely interesting times ahead.
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      09-14-2019, 01:39 PM   #2470
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I'm guessing around 700whp/600wtq.
Will never come at 700HP this is just wishful thinking!!!

Mine guess is 650-660HP
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      09-14-2019, 02:57 PM   #2471
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Will never come at 700HP this is just wishful thinking!!!

Mine guess is 650-660HP
The Urus has 650ps and that is the same base engine that is in the RS6/7. If the performance version of those cars comes out in a year or so with 650ps youíd imagine BMW will be quite close to that number
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Will never come at 700HP this is just wishful thinking!!!

Mine guess is 650-660HP
Wishful thinking I know, but with all the various vehicles available today with 700bhp BMW should want in. And what better car to do it with than the M5. Dynos are already showing a tad over 600 ft-lb of max torque at the wheels for a stock M5C, which is very underrated by BMW at 553btq. It's possible the M5 CS gets rated at around 580 ft-lb of torque at the engine while actually producing 635 ft-lb at the wheels. BMW also underrates hp on the M5C where their bhp rating is actually the amount of what's getting produced at the wheels.

So more likely the M5 CS will be producing something like 640whp/635wtq. Getting rated by BMW somewhere around 640bhp/580btq. But we all know it should be 700bhp! C'mon BMW, join the 700 club.
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Well I'll be more impressed if they get M5CS lighter..., also a true hardcore M5 probably doesn't make much sense, what's CS suppose go be? Like competition is occasional track and CS frequent is more frequent track?
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Wishful thinking I know, but with all the various vehicles available today with 700bhp BMW should want in. And what better car to do it with than the M5. Dynos are already showing a tad over 600 ft-lb of max torque at the wheels for a stock M5C, which is very underrated by BMW at 553btq. It's possible the M5 CS gets rated at around 580 ft-lb of torque at the engine while actually producing 635 ft-lb at the wheels. BMW also underrates hp on the M5C where their bhp rating is actually the amount of what's getting produced at the wheels.

So more likely the M5 CS will be producing something like 640whp/635wtq. Getting rated by BMW somewhere around 640bhp/580btq. But we all know it should be 700bhp! C'mon BMW, join the 700 club.
They just won't join 700HP club yet.

I really don't care because mine F90 M5 that I tuned had 850HP
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Well I'll be more impressed if they get M5CS lighter..., also a true hardcore M5 probably doesn't make much sense, what's CS suppose go be? Like competition is occasional track and CS frequent is more frequent track?
I guess more for track, I would love to see lose 200lbs
Might as well bring CSL
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I guess more for track, I would love to see lose 200lbs
Might as well bring CSL
That would be cool, but I just don't see the necessities of hardcore M5
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That would be cool, but I just don't see the necessities of hardcore M5
Me not either, but they have something going on with M8
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BMW is planning to offer the largest battery among all BEVs on the market at 120kWh. It will go into the model that we haven't seen yet, and I'm not yet going to speculate on the car itself.


I am curious as to which model this is.
First will be the new Jaguar XJ and J-Pace.
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BMW is planning to offer the largest battery among all BEVs on the market at 120kWh. It will go into the model that we haven't seen yet, and I'm not yet going to speculate on the car itself.


I am curious as to which model this is.
First will be the new Jaguar XJ and J-Pace.
Batteries are only part of the equation.

JLR is said to be soon buying their eMotors from BMW.

Regardless, they unfortunately have an absolutely horrible reputation for reliability.
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At this rate we're going to get a X7M CSL
Lol rear seats delete.
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M5CS just think of the weight saving potential with 4 doors than than a coupes 2.

Extra 2 doors worth a fabric door opener

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M5CS just think of the weight saving potential with 4 doors than than a coupes 2.

Extra 2 doors worth a fabric door opener

I know this was an attempt at humor, but I figure it’s worth reminding everyone that we already know how the interior of a four door CS differs from a two door CS model - we have the M3 CS as a guide for that. Among other changes, it gets the standard non-lightweight door cards from the non-CS M3. In fact, since there is no coupe model that shares any interior parts with an 5er/M5, I’d expect the M5 CS interior to differ from the standard M5 in color only, or possibly some upholstery/trim material variation. I would not expect any unique, light-weighted parts.
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I know this was an attempt at humor, but I figure it's worth reminding everyone that we already know how the interior of a four door CS differs from a two door CS model - we have the M3 CS as a guide for that. Among other changes, it gets the standard non-lightweight door cards from the non-CS M3. In fact, since there is no coupe model that shares any interior parts with an 5er/M5, I'd expect the M5 CS interior to differ from the standard M5 in color only, or possibly some upholstery/trim material variation. I would not expect any unique, light-weighted parts.
I guess we all wish to shred as much weight as possible.

I hope they drop those super heavy seats, get lighter wheels/ brakes and more CFP and be around low 4K lbs

I can't weight to see final product
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M5 CS?

Always a favorite read and a big fan of the CS recipe but an M5 CS?!? How would that work? I can understand the M8 CS but donít see the point of a bare bones, no slack suspension bat winged, luxury saloon (Sedan).

Donít get me wrong, I would to see a 700 BHP version of the beloved M5 but it should also do the cushy bits as well and not have ribbons for door handles.
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The on-again off-again X1 M35i is on again.
Are there any dates for the X1 M35i?
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They aren't going to revive the legendary CSL designation on an old model nor their entry level M model.
Perhaps a little CSL education.

BMW currently has the following race going models in their lineup.... and all racing in North America currently.

M8 GTE
M4 GT4
M240 racing - soon to be replaced by an M2 racing

M8 GTE a car designed for the track first and then the production car came out.

M4 GT4- currently at end of life with new model coming ?

M2 racing - currently being designed on the track ...

Sure seems to me a slam dunk to roll out roadgoing models of the same as M8 CSL, M4 CSL, and M2. CSL.

Unless BMW simply wants to allow Porsche , Mercedes and Audi to take all the race on Sunday and drive on Monday ////marketing and sales.
M6 GT3 will be supported until 2022 and likely replaced by the upcoming M4 GT3 unless they can't get a waiver for CLAR. If that's the case I expect M4 will stay GT4 and this special M only platform will form the basis of the GT3 much like the AMG GT and R8 are unique platforms.
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