2013 BMW M5 by Switzer review and pictures

Posted on Tuesday, 16 April 2013 , 21:04:49 byEmil

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BMW M5 by Switzer

Switzer Performance is a true name when it comes to tuning cars. Their ultimate challenge was to come up with an upgrade kit for the BMW M5 (F10). The final result appeared after several months of work. It is named P700 and costs 6,995 USD.


Switzer Performance tuning company got us used to working tuning programs for brands like Nissan and Porsche. It seems they needed a brake. So during the brake, they took on the BMW M5. The German high class sedan was gifted with a few new elements. It is now equipped with a high performance stainless steel which makes the vehicle sound a lot different. It has some drop- in air filters and a removable engine control module that is mated together with the stock systems in order to get a higher boost from the engine's twin turbos. The Switzer improved BMW M5 is outputting 700 HP (515 kW) and 640 lb-ft (867 Nm). The original vehicle was able of producing 560 HP (412 kW) and 502 lb-ft (680 Nm).


The tuning kit for the BMW M5 seems to have inspired Switzer. The guys are preparing carbon-nano brake pads and Signature alloys for all 2013 MYs and M5s that will be for sale beginning this summer.