The 1995 BMW M5 represents the final year of the E34 series. This was the fastest production saloon car in its second evolution. It embodies both luxury and performance like no other car of its time. The M5 was hand- assembled and designed for the BMW owner that wanted to lead the pack in a 4-door luxury sedan. While never well suited to the track due to its excessive weight, the M5 is the ultimate touring car. The quick-revving, 3.8-liter, 24-valve, straight-6 engine delivered north of 300 horsepower and the 6-speed transmission was one of the few available in the mid-1990s. Together with its stiffer lower suspension, the car’s performance will rival many sport coupes in its class. These cars are highly sought after by BMW enthusiasts; find out why in Forza 4.