While the BMW Concept M5 made its world debut at the 2011 Shanghai Motor Show last month, the production version won’t be unveiled for a couple of weeks.
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BMW hasn’t officially confirmed the following, but it has been rumored for quite sometime that the next-generation BMW M5 will be offered both in a manual and a 7-speed M dual-clutch transmission. A prototype carrying the manual gearbox was apparently spotted earlier this week in Southern California.
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If you take a close look at the video (posted after the jump), you can see a little bit jerkiness while the driver is shifting.
So far – BMW has confirmed that the 2012 BMW M5 will be powered by a 4.4L twin-turbo V8 featuring TwinPower Turbo Technology. Official output numbers are still being kept a secret but BMW has confirmed that the engine will offer a significantly increased output level and a 25 percent reduction in fuel-consumption and emissions.
2012 BMW Concept M5:
– By: Omar Rana
Source: 5Post (via BMWBlog)