Before Chris Bangle’s flame surfacing, there was flash design. The E34 BMW 5 Series was a rolling showcase of it.
As you can imagine, having your BMW covered in real silver would be prohibitively expensive and cause your car to be too heavy to drive. BMW Individual has come up with the next-best…er…actually, better…thing: Pure Metal Silver paint.
What if you wanted classic car style but with all the modern enhancements we’ve come to appreciate? Well, you take a ’70s BMW E9 and transplant the beating heart out of everyone’s favorite M5: the E39.
The following Petrolicious film shows us all that a young man can bond with his father and his mother through a love of cars. In this case, those cars – all of them – are E28 BMW 5 Series.
It turns out the BMW M5 came from the I6-powered M535i of the early 1980s.