2015 North American International Auto Show Highlights: Day 2

The engine under the hood is the same 5.0L found in the RC F and does arrive with a horsepower advantage over its Bavarian counterpart, yet it is down significantly when it comes to torque (the BMW M5 cranks out 479 lb-ft). Power is sent to the rear wheels by way of an eight-speed automatic transmission with manual shifting capabilities.

Article and photos by Brendan McAleer and Mark Stevenson, additional photos courtesy of the manufacturers

We couldn’t pack all the goodness of the North American International Auto Show into just one slideshow. And honestly, we’ve seen more new vehicles than we can shake a stick at, but these are the cream of the crop. These are the ones people will be talking about. (Aside from the Ford GT, which doesn’t make an appearance here because apparently there were too many photos of it in the last slideshow. Too many Ford GT photos? Ludicrous. There’s no such thing.)

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Mark Stevenson

Mark Stevenson

Mark Stevenson is a former IT professional turned freelance automotive writer and news editor. He's a member of the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada and former member of the Texas Automotive Writers Association (TAWA).