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    AC Schnitzer ACS5 Sport Touring (BMW M5 Touring E61)

    Schnitzer ACS5 Sport Touring (E61) #1 (Based BMW M5)

    1,1 HP per litre? This figure in relation to a high performance sports car such as the newACS5 Sport Touring based on the BMW M5 certainly doesn't refer to the conventional ratio of capacity to power. Instead: 500 litres luggage space meet 552 red-hot HP (406 kW). Plenty of room in every respect for incomparable driving pleasure on one hand, and a hang-glider, surfboard or mountain bike on the other. Drivers of vehicles like this think in different terms from conventional sports car drivers. But no way do they lag behind when it comes to driving dynamics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ag84 View Post
    1,1 HP per litre?
    Then it does have 5,5 HP? Eco-car?

    I think you meant 110 HP per litre.
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    that thing looks like its cleared for takeoff

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    Quote Originally Posted by netburner View Post
    Then it does have 5,5 HP? Eco-car?

    I think you meant 110 HP per litre.
    It has 1,1bhp per litre of boot capacity.

    Why would anyone want to do that to his/her M5 Touring is beyond my comprehension, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrer View Post
    It has 1,1bhp per litre of boot capacity.

    Why would anyone want to do that to his/her M5 Touring is beyond my comprehension, though.
    The body kit is alright, it's not that ostentatious, but the rims are horrible.

    Actually, I think the body kit is quite tasteful. I wouldn't mind the body kit and the power bump if I had an M5 estate.

    By the way, is the M5 estate Europe only?

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    Are those rims different in each of the pics?
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