Can a professional business sedan fulfill its traditional role as a car but at the same time, absolutely annihilate lap times at the local track? Seems like a crazy idea doesn’t it? However, back in 1985 the engineers over at BMW’s infamous M division said screw it and rolled out the very first M5 to the public, with that exact intention. The E28 M5 was based off the 535i chassis with some substantial tweaks to the body and suspension, and came equipped with a more powerful inline 6 to power the car up to Autobahn capable speeds. Fast forwarding approximately three decades later and here we have the F10 BMW M5. At first glance the F10 M5 is rather conservative in its styling. To the average consumer, it would most likely be mistaken for another high end 5 series on the road. However, to any enthusiast the F10 is unmistakably special with its aggressive front bumpers, large M wheels, and signature quad exhaust at the rear.