Watch an M3 get owned by a "big, boxy SUV."
WhenBMW first presented the X5 in the late 90s, brand enthusiasts and haters unitedto call the company out. Was it selling out on all that it representedjust to get in on the money-making soccer mom market? While that may have beentrue, the company has continuously improved on the original model, and once theX5 M came into play, at least those mommies and daddies got a very fast toy toplay with. Drag racing videos continue to show the largest BMW (thusfar) taking down the light, nimble and powerful cars that used to represent thebrand.
After showing you the X5 M destroying a 1M a couple of months ago, here isanother rolling race between the same SUV and the epic E90 M3: