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  1. BMW M5 - Wikipedia › wiki › BMW_M5

    The M5 CS is the first CS version of the M5, it normally is a version of the M3, M4 and M2. It weighs 1866 kg (4114 lb) which means it is 116 kg (255 lb) lighter than the regular M5. This is because of more use of carbon fibre and other lightweight parts.

  2. BMW M3 - Wikipedia › wiki › BMW_M3

    The BMW M3 is a high-performance version of the BMW 3 Series, developed by BMW's in-house motorsport division, BMW M GmbH. M3 models have been produced for every generation of 3 Series since the E30 M3 was introduced in 1986. The initial model was available in a coupé body style, with a convertible body style added soon after.

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  4. BMW M - Wikipedia › wiki › BMW_M

    BMW M engines were traditionally large displacement naturally aspirated high revving engines, particularly the S85 V10 in the E60 M5 and E63 M6 and the related S65 V8 in the E90 M3.

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  5. BMW 5 Series - Wikipedia › wiki › BMW_5_Series

    BMW's three-digit model naming convention began with the first 5 Series, thus the 5 Series was BMW's first model line to use "Series" in the name. Since the E28, all generations of 5 Series have included an "M" model, called the BMW M5 .

  6. BMW - Wikipedia › wiki › BMW

    The BMW 5 Series mid-size sedan range was introduced in 1972, followed by the BMW 3 Series compact sedans in 1975, the BMW 6 Series luxury coupes in 1976 and the BMW 7 Series large luxury sedans in 1978. The BMW M division released its first road car, a mid-engine supercar, in 1978. This was followed by the BMW M5 in 1984 and the BMW M3 in 1986.

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  7. BMW S38 - Wikipedia › wiki › BMW_S38

    1988–1992 E34 M5 (worldwide) 1989–1993 E34 M5 - Canada and US; S38B38. In late 1991, BMW further enlarged the S38 engine to 3,795 cc (231.6 cu in), by increasing the bore to 94.6 mm (3.72 in) and the stroke to 90 mm (3.54 in).

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