This Is What Happens When You Put An M5 Engine In A BMW 1-Series

Drag Race

Absolute INSANITY!

The biggest stock engine available from the factory in the small and lightweight BMW 1 Series is the 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine found in the 135i that produces 265 HP. However, the BMW featured in this video is no ordinary 1 Series. It has something far more powerful than than a stock 3.0-liter inline-six. This one-of-a-kind BMW “150i’ has a massive M5 V10 (E60) engine squeezed under its hood that produces a whopping 507 hp!

In case you’re wondering how this car might perform, it was captured on film at the Deutsche Meisterschaft Rolling50 drag race event tearing up the tarmac against some formidable German foes from amongst the ranks of Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. The final drag race is against a new BMW M4. Can you guess who won?

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