BMW M5 Touring E60
This was not the first M5 station wagon and car fans hope it will not be the last. But, it was the fastest, most glorious of all performance station wagons. Even though BMW made only 1,025 of them, ending production in 2010, they are still popular today. BMW presented their E60 M5 with one of the best naturally aspirated engines ever made.
It was a high revving 5.0-liter V10 with 507 HP they derived from BMW’s Formula One unit. To fight Audi’s fast wagons, BMW decided to make a Touring version of the M5 and offer it with a manual transmission. They managed to produce a manual BMW M5 station wagon delivering 507 HP with a six-speed transmission.
It only took 4.5 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph with a 205-mph top speed. So, it is no wonder secondhand examples go for over $100,000.