GENEVA – With its all-new, naturally aspirated DOHC V-10 for the BMW M5 sedan and M6 coupe, BMW AG advances the frontier of high-speed muscle-engine technology. The M5 comes to the U.S. market this fall and the M6 2-door in spring 2006. Exotic engineering in new BMW V-10 to deliver 8,000-rpm operation. As BMW has made widely known, inspiration for its thundering road-car V-10 came from the BMW-Williams Formula 1 racing V-10. Engineers used the Formula 1 experience to create a ...
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