Aftermarket firm's new project includes a carbon-fiber body kit, new wheels and a choice of exhausts.
California-based German car tuner Vorsteiner has released the first images of its upcoming aero package for the F10 BMW M5, which will ultimately include a set of carbon-fiber aerodymanic components in addition to new alloys and a selection of performance modifications. The Vorsteiner M5 will boast an add-on spoiler and splitter up front, while at the back it will come with a decklid spoiler as well as an optional boot lid spoiler with integrated wing profile. There'll also be a choice of stainless-steel and titanium exhaust systems.
Further upgrades Vorsteiner unveiled include a rear diffuser replacement with one-piece integrated diffuser fins and new 20-inch flow-forged wheels that will join a selection of Vorsteiner forged alloys up to 22 inches in diameter. Other modifications will be revealed when the project is completed next month, but with a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 providing 560 horsepower, the BMW M5 doesn't need a lot of help.