BMW M5 Custom Forged Wheels.
BMW M5 Custom Forged Wheels and M Body Tuning Kit.
BMW M5 Custom Forged Wheels with the RS1-SL aftermarket custom wheels have the famous TrackSpec® Technology by LOMA. A BMW M5 custom forged wheels makes even other 5-Series look great. Of course, only the total package with BMW aftermarket custom wheels and a lowered suspension kit makes a car look like nothing else. The BWM M5 is one of Germany’s most known export cars, and so no wonder you also find one here on the border to Monaco in Beausoleil, France. While BMW claims that the vehicle has 600 horsepower, it turns out that this is not correct after hitting the dyno. This particular M5 had 631 horses. After a BMW chip-tuning and some sport exhaust modifications, the dyno shows slightly more than 710 horsepower. Well, that is more than enough to smoke some tires daily.
The most lightweight custom forged wheels in the industry.
The 20-Inch BMW Wheels were not enough for the client, and we understand the point. They look far too small for the car, significantly if not lowered like in this case. Mind-blowing is the LOMA RS1 Superlight forged wheels Special Edition for the BMW M5 in 21"x 9,5 on the front and 21"x 11,0 on the rear. Those concave wheels are medium concave on the show and deep concave on the back, making the M5 look like a widebody, and this, my friends, can't be wrong. Beautifully finished in Piano gloss black, the rims match all other gloss black parts perfectly. Apropos Superlight, the front wheel is below 10 Kilogram (22 pounds). The rear one is below 11 Kilograms (24,2 pounds), unheard of in the wheels industry when you consider having a full warranty. On the rims, even if raced!
Distinctive look and Pure BMW Performance.
No matter how much more power you put into your BMW M5, it is also reducing unsprung mass and stunning optics at the end of the day. Contact us today to get a quote for your M5.
Overview of the upcoming BMW M5 2022.
The 2022 BMW M5 isn't a subdued sedan. It's an endless thrill ride on four wheels. Based on the regular BMW 5-series and amplified by the brand's M division, this four-door phenom features a twin-turbo V-8 that makes up to 627 horsepower and pushes the M5 to achieve heroic acceleration numbers. Helping in the blitz are its excellent automatic transmission and tenacious all-wheel-drive system, which includes a rear-drive mode for hanging the tail out. While the big-bodied sedan feels less agile than smaller models in BMW's M cars portfolio, it has the athleticism and hardware to hold its own on a track. Plus, the 2022 M5's richly appointed interior will make any trip—be it to the road course or the lake house—enjoyable.
What's New for 2022?
For the 2022 model year, BMW adds the limited-production Competition Sport (CS) to the M5 lineup. Along with unique chassis tuning and a reworked version of the Bimmer's twin-turbo V-8 (now making 627 horses), the CS benefits from a bevy of weight-reducing measures. BMW claims it's 230 pounds lighter than the M5 Competition and that it's the quickest and most powerful production car in the company's history. Other notable features on the CS are its lightweight, heavily bolstered M carbon-fiber front seats and its two rear bucket seats. The CS rolls on bronze-colored 20-inch wheels, and shoppers can add a set of Pirelli P Zero Corsa performance tires at no cost.