The new BMW M5 is caught testing at the Nurburgring again. Set to release in 2011, the new M5 will feature a 4.4 litre twin turbo V8. Although the new car will have 2 less cylinders compared to the outgoing model, the power figure certainly has not dropped. With the help of the turbochargers, the new engine is capable of making 560 horsepower. Extensive use of carbon fibre components and panels means the new M5 will be lighter than the old model as well. The F10 generation M5 will no doubt once again grab the title for the best performance saloon.
Watch the video below and judge if you like the sound of the new twin turbo V8. We certainly do.