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The second-generation M5 was produced from 1988 to 1995, initially with a sedan body, and from 1992 and for the first time in the history of the M series with a station wagon called the LHD Touring. The cars were assembled at the BMW M division of BMW M GmbH in Garching where the car was assembled by hand. In total, the M5 in this series has produced 12,254 units, while the station wagons have produced just 891, so these cars are really rare. From the outside, the differences between the M5 and the standard E34 are completely small - slightly different front and rear bumpers, sills and side mirrors. Inside, a slightly sportier cabin - mostly thanks to sports seats. The M5 engine was a 3.5-liter six-cylinder in-line S38B36 engine generating 232 kW (315 hp) of power at 6900 rpm. and 360 Nm of torque at 4750 rpm. A large car accelerates from 0 to 60 miles per hour (0-97 km / h) in 6.3 seconds, and the top speed is electronically limited to 250 kmh. At the end of 1991, the installation of the S38B38 engine was started, the displacement of which was increased to 3.8 liters, the power increased to 250 kW (340 hp), the acceleration increased from 0 to 60 miles per hour (0-97 km / h) to a fairly solid 5 , 9 seconds. In 1992, the BMW team competed in the Bathurst 12 Hour endurance race, finishing 2nd in the overall standings and first in its class. The car was driven by former F1 champion Alan Jones, Neville Crichton and Tony Longhurst.
The M5 came with an unusually designed wheel, the three-part Style 20 M-System wheels, which consisted of bolt-on directional wheel covers and a five-spoke rim. The purpose of the M-System hoods was to direct the air flow and extract heat from the brake unit:



In 1992, BMW changed the design of the rims to the M-System II (throwing stars), which further improved brake cooling thanks to the larger gaps between the spokes and their shape, which directs air towards the brake disc:


In 1991, BMW asked two racers to create a "perfect" version of the E34 M5. As a result, several interesting versions of the BMW M5 appeared. Cecotto Edition - painted exclusively in two colors - Lagoon Green Metallic (266) and Mauritius Blue Metallic (287). Interior colors were also limited. The interior of the green version is available in two colors - brown and light brown Nappa leather, including the steering wheel and the center of the steering wheel. Blue variant - a combination of gray and light gray skin colors:



Another special edition of the M5 for the race driver was the Winkelhock Edition:


The 20 Jahre Motorsport Edition was built to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the BMW Motorsport division in 1992:


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