Hartge BMW M5 launched

Matthew Hayward
23 Jan 2013

BMW tuning specialist Hartge has increased the F10 M5's power to 633bhp.

German tuning company Hartge, responsible for creating some of the most powerful BMW-based cars ever, has revealed a new upgrade package for the latest M5 and M6 – raising power to from 552 to 633bhp and torque from 501 to 597lb ft.

Most of this power increase is due to an engine re-map (which also removes the top speed limiter) but the M5 also gets the option of a stainless steel exhaust. Sports suspension can also be specified; with a 25mm front and 20mm rear drop in ride height.

If you’re not quite satisfied with the looks of your M5, styling upgrades are also offered, with a set of 21-inch Hartge Classic 2 wheels, front lip spoiler and carbon mirror casings. The power upgrade is offered in Germany for €4635, with the stainless exhaust coming in at €2689.

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