Assetto Corsa: BMW F90 M5 CS Akrapovic

Country: Italy
Year: 2020
Power: 995 bhp
Torque: 1139 Nm
Weight: 1947 kg*
Acceleration: 2.8s 0-100
Max Speed: 330+km/h
Made by: Navva // NavvaTin


-Extra Option A = Rear Plate Flipper
-Extra Option B = Front Plate Flipper
-Android Auto
-Rear TV's
-Dynamic DRL
-Launch Control
-Ambient Lightning
-Akrapovic Carbon Kit
-Interior and Exterior Paint Options

Since the inception of the M5 lineage in 1984, the German automaker ignited a formidable power struggle within the mid-size sedan realm of the European market. While witnessing vehicles adorned with robust engines was customary in the U.S., it was a relatively novel sight in Europe. The evolutionary journey led to larger naturally-aspirated powerhouses until the arrival of the fourth-generation M5, the E60, boasting a formidable 5.0-liter V10 beneath its sleek exterior. Subsequently, BMW altered the paradigm by downsizing the engine capacities while incorporating turbochargers. This transformation manifested in the fifth iteration, the F10 M5, and its successor, the F90 M5, both propelled by a potent 4.4-liter V8 complemented by a pair of turbochargers.

In 2017, BMW ushered in the seventh chapter of the 5 Series saga with the G30, swiftly followed by the unveiling of its apex predator, the formidable M5. Leveraging the existing engine and the versatile CLAR platform shared with other models in its lineup, including the illustrious Rolls-Royce Ghost, BMW seamlessly birthed the M5 into existence. The M5 showcased a familial front fascia, adorned with subtle enhancements. Laser technology illuminated its slender headlights, featuring a hexagonal-shaped DRL signature within. The front bumper, a visual spectacle, captivated onlookers with its expansive lower grille and functional side scoops. The car's profile exuded fluidity, accentuated by the gracefully contoured side sills and enlarged rear fenders. At the rear, a diffuser flanked by four exhaust outlets marked the M5's aggressive stance. A noteworthy enhancement over its non-M counterpart was the carbon fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP) roof, strategically employed to reduce weight on the upper extremities of the vehicle.