BMW M5 '05
BMW M5 '05 (GT6)
Appears in Gran Turismo 4
Gran Turismo PSP
Gran Turismo 5
Gran Turismo 6
Type in GT5 Standard
Interior in GT6 Simple
Displacement 4999 cc
Drivetrain FR
Engine BMW S85B50A
Max Power 500 HP
Performance Points 521 PP
Max Torque 53.10 kgf.m
0-60 Mph 4.367 seconds
Standing Quarter Mile 12.746 seconds
Top Speed 205 miles per hour (330 km/h)
Length 4855 mm
Width 1846 mm
Height 1490 mm
Weight 1,715 kilograms (3,780 lb)
Power/Weight Ratio 3.38 kg (7.5 lb) per horsepower

The BMW M5 '05 is a road car produced by BMW. It appears in Gran Turismo 4, Gran Turismo PSP, Gran Turismo 5 and Gran Turismo 6.


There are six colors to choose from for this car:

  • Silver Stone
  • Silbergrau Metallic
  • Alpinweiß
  • Interlagos Blau Metallic
  • Saphirschwarz Metallic
  • Sepang Bronze


"The 4th generation M5 is a monster saloon that easily exceeds 300 km/h."

The BMW M5 based on the S-generation E60 5 Series, first appeared in March 2004 at the Geneva Motor Show. Details were shrouded in secrecy at first, but BMW revealed the whole package around the time of the Paris Motor Show that September.

Drawing the most interest was the engine, a 5.0-liter V-10. It featured a 90-degree bank angle and a high strength cast-iron crankshaft, supported by six bearings for extra structural strength housed in a lightweight aluminum crankcase. It incorporated BMW's double-VANOS system, a mechanism that independently varied the valve timing of both the intake and exhaust valves. Each cylinder had its own throttle body with variable throttle valves. The result was 500 HP/7750 rpm and 384.0 lb-ft of torque. The close proximity of peak power delivery to the rev limit of 8250 rpm meant that the power plant constantly produced power all the way to the redline. The 1755 kg car ran from zero to 62 mph in a scant 4.7 seconds and boaster a top speed of 205 mph (with the 155 mph restrictor removed).

The gearbox was also noteworthy in that it was the company's all new 7-speed SMG. Besides launch control, the transmission also featured six manual and five automatic shift modes, each with their own shift speed and response, allowing finer control in a variety of driving conditions.

Introduced to the European market in January 2005, the M5 represented ultimate sports sedan of the 21st century.



This car can be bought at the BMW New Cars Dealership for 116,650 Credits.


This car can be purchased for 116,650 Credits.


This car is a Standard car, and can occasionally be bought at the Used Car Dealership for around 113,000 Credits. The exact price of the car may vary depending on the mileage. It is a Level 10 car.


This car can be purchased for 116,650 Credits. It is a simplified car.


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