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The E34 M5 Touring Was the Hand-Built BMW Wagon We Never Got

Despite their advantages, wagons are often ignored in the US—even the high-performance variants. As a result, for every Cadillac CTS-V wagon, there are several models from overseas that never made it here. For example, the Audi RS2 Avant, the precursor to the modern US-available RS6 Avant. And then there was the BMW E34 M5 Touring. …
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The 2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing Overpowers the BMW M5

The future of GM’s brands, including Cadillac, is electric. Which, considering EVs’ performance potential, isn’t a bad thing by any means. But before it goes electric, Cadillac is giving ICE cars one last hurrah. It’s been teased for quite some time, but the 2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing is finally here. And it’s packing more power …
A matte-green 2022 BMW M5 CS in the desert

The 2022 M5 CS Is the Fastest and Most Powerful BMW Yet

M cars are already fast and sporty BMWs. And if you want one that’s even faster and sharper, the German automaker now offers Competition variants. Like, for example, the BMW M5 Competition, the most powerful road car the company has ever made—up until now. Because that moniker now belongs to the 2022 BMW M5 CS. …
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The Original E28 BMW M5 Was a Supercar-Slaying Sedan

Given that the 707-hp Dodge Charger Hellcat is now the 2nd most-powerful model in its lineup, it’s easy to forget that sedans have rarely been performance cars. That especially applies to classic luxury sedans, which were typically more about refinement than outright speed. But back in the ‘80s, one car helped change that perception: the …
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BMW Fans Already Love the New M5 and Can’t Wait to Drive One

There’s just something that you cannot deny about a BMW. The temptation to own one might be dampened only by the expensive price tags. Even that might not be enough to convince some potential buyers to walk away. Still, BMW has taken a bit of a hammering lately, and many drivers feel that owning a BMW is overrated. Some …
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You Can Go 200mph Without Paying Supercar Prices

The average driver doesn’t go over 100mph on a daily, or even weekly, basis. There are very few places in the world where you can go faster than that — well, legally — so there isn’t much need for cars to go any quicker. Many modern vehicles are capable of going 100mph or more, but …