A new project custom designed around the F10 BMW M5 has come about and it’s pretty hard to identify simply by name. It has so many hit ideas it’s more of a reunited album than anything else.
Interestingly, the project kicked off when the owner decided to change the paint of his M5. He decided to go from a factory white to a custom gray.
Not the most uplifting of changes, especially considering the new shade is as business boring as it comes. Take a closer look at that gray though.
Platinum Motorsport oversaw the project and they decided that a simple shade will not do, which is why they opted for Grigio Telesto.
That’s straight out of the Lamborghini option book. The new body kit comes from a company much closer to BMW, Kelleners Sport.
Now that the modding ball had picked up some speed, nobody really wanted to see it stop rolling, so changes went beyond the visual.
The F10 M5’s suspension now features a KW Coilover kit, the exhaust system is a Meisterschaft GTC unit and features four split tail pipes.
Underneath it all, a new set of Agetro 3piece Forged F500 21 inch alloys goes on. Unusually, they are painted different shades of black on the driver side compared to those on the passenger side.
Another grip boost is provided by the Falken FK452 tires. Given the new setup, they are now 255/30-21 at the front and 295/25-21 at the back.
The only thing missing is some extra power from the engine. Then again, some people reckon the 560 horses it comes with by default are more than enough.
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