Following the presentation of the new BMW M5 F90, the Bavarian brand introduced a special version of this model to the public, which will be used as a safety car on MotoGP racing motorcycles. The premiere of the novelty took place in Valencia at the final stage of the championship this season, while officially as a safe car BMW M5 MotoGP will be used from 2018, coming to replace the corresponding modification based on the “charged” coupe BMW M2. Compared with the usual version of the “em-five”, the car received a number of components of the M Performance range, including carbon side skirts, rear diffuser and spoiler, as well as side mirror housings and a frame of the original two-section radiator grille. Plus this version of the sedan has a front splitter, ventilation holes in the hood and titanium exhaust system M Performance. On the roof, there is an LED chandelier, and on the grille there are diode strips of blue. As for the salon, the seats from the M4 GTS were registered inside it. In motion, all-wheel drive BMW M5 MotoGP leads a standard 4.4-liter V8 engine with two turbines, which develops 600 hp. and 750 Nm. This motor accelerates four-door from a place to a hundred in 3.4 seconds.