On the outside, mods appear subtle, even though the intricate wrap with the global pattern is pretty interesting to behold. Altogether, the car sort of reminds us of the G-Power M5, which also featured a mild exterior tune, as if to hide its impressive 800 PS (789 HP) output.
While Dinan have yet to release full specs for their M5, we can definitely expect straight line performance upgrades – the tuner is also no stranger to increasing potency when it comes to BMWs.
Subtle yet noticeable
The SEMA show car features gloss black and carbon fiber elements, tinted windows and custom wheels, creating a powerful contrast alongside the light grey exterior. Aside from the shiny yet dark kidney grille and the glossy badges, the German saloon also comes equipped with a carbon fiber boot lid spoiler and a set of new forged wheels, wrapped in Toyo tires.
Again, not the most flamboyant BMW out there, but we suspect that buyers will be a lot more interested in potential engine upgrades, as well as any suspension components or a custom exhaust system. Hopefully the tuner will reveal everything they’ve been working on for the F90 M5 sooner rather than later.