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BMW, a brand well-known for its desirable models, its rich history and of course its incredible performance M cars. Recently, the Munich based manufacturer has given us an insight into their future, by showcasing an incredible Z4 concept; which gives us a strong indication of how the all-new Z4 will look when finally launched in 2018, as well as revealing the company’s latest version of the ever-popular super saloon – the BMW M5.

BMW M5

BMW M5 Exterior More Photos

The BMW M5 has always been so much more than just a hardcore 5 Series. Its breath-taking performance means it can taunt supercars whilst hustling passengers along in complete comfort, at an astounding rate. This all new version packs plenty of power for the M enthusiast. 592bhp to be precise, coming from a 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 which enables this super saloon to hit 62mph in only 3.4 seconds. The M5 comes with eight-speed automatic transmission only, which considering the power makes logical sense and will enable you to use this cars true M car performance.

BMW is famous for including the driver focused rear-wheel drive set-up. Unlike any other M car previously, the new M5 will feature BMW’s all-wheel drive xDrive system, enhancing grip and traction. However, keen drivers will approve that you can also switch to purely rear-wheel drive, giving the best of both worlds when required.

There are hints of a M3 and M4 in the design, however due to its executive 5 Series foundation, it does seem a little subtler – if you can look past the quad exhaust tips and 20-inch wheels!The BMW M5 has always been so much more than just a hardcore 5 Series. Its breath-taking performance means it can taunt supercars whilst hustling passengers along in complete comfort, at an astounding rate. This all new version packs plenty of power for the M enthusiast. 592bhp to be precise, coming from a 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 which enables this super saloon to hit 62mph in only 3.4 seconds. The M5 comes with eight-speed automatic transmission only, which considering the power makes logical sense and will enable you to use this cars true M car performance.

BMW is famous for including the driver focused rear-wheel drive set-up. Unlike any other M car previously, the new M5 will feature BMW’s all-wheel drive xDrive system, enhancing grip and traction. However, keen drivers will approve that you can also switch to purely rear-wheel drive, giving the best of both worlds when required.

There are hints of a M3 and M4 in the design, however due to its executive 5 Series foundation, it does seem a little subtler – if you can look past the quad exhaust tips and 20-inch wheels!

BMW Z4 Concept

BMW Z4 2018 Concept More Photos

So, the word to take note of here is concept. The all-new third generation production version BMW Z4 will be launched next year, yet this concept version, which was showcased at the famous Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in California, is said to give a very close relation to the actual production car, with some of the stand-out features being toned down or not making it to the production version. Whichever way you look at it, the concept looks incredible.

It is larger than the current Z4, comprising of a longer wheelbase and featuring wider tracks. The classic roadster recipe has been used comprising of a typical long bonnet, with short overhangs and of course – no roof! The iconic and easily recognisable BMW kidney grille has been enhanced to follow the recently showcased BMW Concept 8 Series and BMW Concept X2. The car itself is to be built alongside the all-new Toyota Supra – a car which has a legendary following of its own.

These two new BMWs make for an interesting and exciting future. Roll on 2018.