Ever since the E60 generation, BMW hasn’t been offering a Touring version of the M5. Thus, unlike rivals from Mercedes-AMG and Audi Sport, both the F10 and the new F90 come solely in a four-door body style.
BMW doesn’t seem to be interested in offering the M5 as an estate anytime soon, but the folks over at CFD have taken a swing at it, so this is the (unofficial) BMW M5 Touring.
The custom project sports the correct visual upgrades all around, including in the cockpit, where it gets a mix of Alcantara and leather with contrast stitching.
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This M5 Touring has a special exhaust system, too, which provides it with a deep tone at low revs, but won’t disturb the peace under heavy acceleration, and sits on 20-inch rims.
Power comes from a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 engine, just like the real M5. However, unlike the stock Bimmer, which came with as much as 600 PS (592 hp / 442 kW) in the 30 Jahre limited edition with the Competition package, this one pushes out a whopping 800 PS (789 hp / 589 kW), and with even more tuning, this number rises to 950 PS (937 hp / 699 kW).
But you’d better watch the people involved in this interesting project walk you through their creation in the following video.