Originally built in Germany, improved upon in Japan, driven in very few places but desired all over the world. That’s how you can describe the E60 BMW M5 from Wald International.
If you want to talk about it at length, you’ll want to focus the chatter around a single idea and that’s aerodynamics.
Alongside the more refined looks that come in pretty much guaranteed once you improve on the aerodynamics of the car.
Though BMW started the E60 design using the flaming surface ideology and even though most aerodynamic shapes are simpler than that, we’re naturally prone to appreciating flowing forms.
Fluidity is what the E60 is missing out on a few surfaces and it’s what Wald International have tried to bring back to the game.
Thanks to some clever tricks and studies, teamed with carbon fiber and other bolt on bits. Though the result is what we’d describe as “tastefully done” the changes are quite numerous.
A new front apron, carbon fiber wings, different side skirts and a special rear bumper was used here. A new carbon fiber decklid spoiler is included in the package.
You’d struggle to notice it though, the most obvious of additions made by Wald International on the E60 M5 is actually the replacement of the fog lamps with carbon inlets.
Those and the Portofino forged alloy wheel set, of course. Should we use this opportunity to remind Wald that there’s a new M5 they could have a look at?