LOOK: BMW M5 Stingray Gets Ramon Performance

BMW’s M5 F90 has been around for five years, but tuners are still trying to make it faster. BMW raised the bar with the 627-horsepower CS, which competes with the AMG E63, but consumers always want more power. The 4.4-liter V8 engine may be taken to significantly higher outputs by professionals in the aftermarket.

Ramon Performance, a Russian tuning firm, has created the Stingray, essentially an M5 Competition on steroids. G-Power improved the M5 CS to 900 hp, which is amazing, yet the S63 only makes 850 hp after being worked over. The eight-cylinder engine’s increased power now produces 1,111 Nm of torque, which is enough to move mountains (820 lb-ft). It is assumed that a remapped ECU was involved in the power increase. It appears that Akrapovic has installed an evil-sounding exhaust, suggesting that beefier internals were required. The M5 Competition’s new carbon fibre trunk lid and vented hood are suitable additions to the car’s entire body kit.

The front end features yellow daytime running lights like the M5 CS, while the trunk lid spoiler and large diffuser are both made of carbon fibre. In a nod to classic race cars, BMW replicated this look with the lights on the M4 CSL. You can see the carbon fibre used extensively throughout the M5 Stingray’s cabin. A lightweight material was used for even the key.

The new M5 can go from 0 to 62 miles per hour in 2.4 seconds and has a top speed of 214 miles per hour. We can’t verify the claimed acceleration, but even at a standstill, the automobile appears brisk. Aggressive designs still attract fans, even if they use too much carbon fibre and have a spoiler lip that sticks out too far in front.

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