BMW M5 Wagon E60
Even though this was not the first M5 station wagon, BMW produced just 1,025 of them. In fact, only a few people even knew BMW offered the car. It had a high revving 5.0-liter V10 that pumped out 507 HP they derived from a BMW Formula One unit.
However, to fight Audi’s fast wagons, BMW decided to make a Touring version of the M5 and offer it with a manual transmission. So, it this is a BMW M5 station wagon delivering 507 HP with a six-speed manual transmission. It goes from 0 to 60 in just 4.5 seconds with a 205 mph top speed. It’s no wonder that second-hand examples go for over $100,000.