Tuned: Hamann Launches 710 HP BMW M5 at Geneva

The BMW M5 F10, with its 560 horsepower twin-turbo V8 is a good basis for many tuners thanks to the new forced-induction configuration of the 4.4 litre engine. At the 2012 Geneva Motor Show Hamann presented for the first time the most powerful F10 M5 currently available: 710 horsepower and 900 Nm of torque!

Hamann have remained tight lipped about how the extra power is achieved, however it is only a matter of time before this information becomes available.

Tradition to Hamann, the M5 is garnished with a complete aerodynamic package with a new front and rear bumper, side skirts, roof spoiler, extended wheel fenders and rear spoiler. The flared fenders widen the car by 30 millimeters.

Filling the wheel arch of the wide body M5 is a set of forged 21 inch wheels wrapped in 265 width tyres for the front and massive 325 for the rear. The car is also lowered by 30 millimeters with a set of new springs from Laupheim.

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