>It’s a well-known fact that BMWs are exceptional cars. They’re stylish, fast, and luxurious, and most importantly, they have the best safety features. But not every car is created equal. Some are faster than others, which is why we have created the top 5 fastest BMW cars. So if you want a car that will get you from 0 to 60 in the least amount of time, this list is for you.

Despite some people questioning that the BMW lineup may have shifted focus to luxury cars and eco-friendly cars from its previous fast, powerful horses, nothing could be further from the truth.

There’s no denying that car manufacturers, in general, have had to pull up their socks to save the environment, but that isn’t necessarily bad news for speed aficionados. The current BMWs are still one of the highest performing machines of all time, and if you look at its pipeline, BMW continues to make fast, fun to drive, powerful machines which every car enthusiast would yearn to drive. 

So what’s the fastest BMW to hit the roads today?

Currently, the fastest BMW car that is street-legal is the 2022 BMW M5 CS which can sprint from 0 – 60 mph in an astonishing 2.9 seconds and deliver a top speed of 190 mph.

When tested at the Nurburgring, Auto Sport test driver Christian Gebhardt managed an impressive lap time of 7:29.57, despite the added distraction of the glove box flinging open twice during the lap.

Want to know the full list of fast BMW vehicles? Here are our top 5 fastest BMW cars that you’d want to drive:

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5.2021 BMW X6 M Competition

The X6 has always been a tall, brawny SUV, ready to perform your family duties like school drop-offs or shopping duties, though the M Competition can do these with performance in mind.

This is the third M edition of the X6, which takes on the form of an aggressive SUV muscle car while featuring the classic M kidney grille and the twin tailpipes.

This large M model is fitted with a 4.4-liter V8 engine with TwinPower turbochargers that produces an incredible 625 horsepower while producing 553 lb-ft of torque.

The X6 M Competition is capable of sprinting to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds with a limited top speed of 155 mph (or 177 mph with the M Driver’s package).

Power is channeled to all the wheels of this vehicle through an 8-speed Steptronic intelligent M xDrive gearbox that comes with various driving modes. The suspension too is tweaked to accommodate all the weight and power so it can host features like electronically controlled dampers with M dynamic system, Active roll stabilization, and DSC.

4. BMW M4 GTS

A proper track tool that is street-legal, the M4 GTS embraces the M philosophy of partnering outstanding performance with maximum race track performance and combining it within a car that can be driven on public roads.

With production limited to 803, the M4 made quite a lot of news in the car world, setting a blistering time around the Nürburgring with a lap time of 07:28 minutes.

BMW M4 GTS

The car’s secret lies in its 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine borrowed from the M3 and M4, and has been further optimized to squeeze out 500 HP and 600 NM of torque.

A 7-speed DCT transmission aids in quick shifts and sends all the power to the M4’s rear wheels. The second part of the secret lies in the tremendous weight saving performed to the car to get it as close as practicable to the power to weight ratio of a racing vehicle.

4th fastest BMW

3. 2021 BMW M5 Competition

The M5 is a popular sports car from BMW that was first released back in 1985. When unveiled, it set an unmatchable benchmark, and now after many years of constant development, the sixth generation M5 has maintained being present at the forefront of high-performance vehicles.

2021 BMW M5 Competition

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By: Sports Car Digest
Title: Top 5 Fastest BMW Cars: 2021 Update
Sourced From: sportscardigest.com/top-5-fastest-bmw-cars/
Published Date: Tue, 08 Jun 2021 08:16:46 +0000

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