The F10 generation BMW M5 is powered by a variation of BMW’s S63 engine. In the F10, the full engine code is S63TU. It’s a 4.4-litre twin-turbo engine with Mahle pistons, producing 552bhp from the factory in the standard car. It produces peak power at 6,500rpm and maintains it until 7,000rpm. The standard F10 M5 is a very fast car in the real-world, but with a remap, it becomes an animal.
Our BMW M5 F10 remap results in a minimum 20 per cent increase in power and torque, with over 600bhp a common figure on these models. The power delivery remains linear, but there’s just more of it. Call us on 0800 458 1543, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Facebook to register your interest today.
The BMW M5 made its debut to the motoring world, and won the hearts of car fans everywhere, in 1984 at the Amsterdam Motor Show. Ever since, it has been revered for its supercar-like performance and muscular good looks, which are all wrapped up in a 5 Series body that’s practical, spacious and family-friendly.
The F10 BMW M5 is arguably one of the finest incarnations. Powered by a variation of BMW’s S63 4.4-litre M twin-turbo engine, 2017 models deliver 552bhp at 6,000rpm and 502 lb-ft of torque at 1,500rpm from the factory. That makes the M5 good for a 0-100mph time of 7.8 seconds, and a 0-62mph time of 4.3 seconds. For a RWD super-saloon, that’s mightily impressive and the seven-speed twin-clutch gearbox is one of the best in the business.
The S63 engine in the BMW M5 F10 generation can handle a lot more power than it puts out at the factory. We have seen models putting out over 700bhp and 700 lb-ft of torque, and many overseas tuners are running much more.