BMW invented the sport sedan as we know it with the M5, and over 35 years later, the series has reached its apex with the 2021 M5. The heart of the new M5 is undoubtedly under the hood, where a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 makes 625 horsepower in the M5 Competition. This rockets the sedan from 0-60 in 3.3 seconds through BMW's eight speed Steptronic transmission, further blurring the line between supercar and something you can drive every day, with enough room for a family and groceries to boot. Shocks from M8 and a retuned suspension combine to lower the ride height seven millimeters, increasing performance without sacrificing drivability. The front has been tweaked to differentiate the M5 from the 5-series, with a lower twin-kidney grille and details like LED strip lights. The interior borrows concepts from the M8, including the revised iDrive system a 12.3-inch central display. Expect the M5 to arrive in dealers in August 2020.