The new BMW M5 hasn't been officially unveiled yet, but to tease you, the German automaker has released some of the most important details on the highly-anticipated performance sedan.

Those mainly being that the new M5 will have around 600 horsepower going to all four wheels, according to Car & Driver and a BMW press release shared Tuesday. 

The new M5, internally coded as F90, gets its 600 horsepower through a turbocharged 4.4-liter V-8 engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission. But its all-wheel-drive system is what we're really curious about.

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BMW's  2018 M5 Will Allow You To Put All 600 HP To The Ground In Either 2WD Or 4WD Modes

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